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Movement in the Real World Symposium, Liverpool - January 2020

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  • Movement in the Real World Symposium, Liverpool - January 2020

    The inaugural Movement in the Real World Symposium

    Thursday 9th January 2020 - University of Liverpool, UK

    Register here - free to attend!

    The Movement in the Real World Symposium is the first of its kind, organised by the Evolutionary Morphology and Biomechanics group at The University of Liverpool. This one-day symposium is aimed at understanding how humans move and visually process information from the real world. We have only really just begun to understand human movement in more realistic settings, both inside and outside of the laboratory. This symposium aims to bring together researchers from backgrounds that rarely work together to provide a platform to learn, interact and network with world-class leaders in their respected fields.

    This symposium will give an opportunity for researchers in biomechanics, psychology, engineering, medicine and others to share their views, helping to inspire those on their respected research. We especially want to encourage student and early career researchers to the event, in the aim to establish long-lasting networks from other researchers across the UK.We look forward to meeting you here in Liverpool in January 2020!

    For more information see our website or follow us on twitter: @MRWSymposium

    Nicholas Thomas, committee chair
    University of Liverpool