Dream work update

Once again, the absence of recent website updates indicates frenzied activity elsewhere. Since my last post I have been promoted to Reader in Psychology: Cognition and Consciousness, which is a title I am rather pleased with! With that slight change of role also comes a slight shift in work-focus, with less input to the undergraduate … More Dream work update

Dreams exhibition: National Science and Media Museum

Last night (June 22nd) Vy Nastajus, PhD student, and I showcased some of the tools of the lab at an excellent Dreams event in Bradford. With thanks to the visitors who tried out navigating virtual realities and who showed an interest in our experiments. We had some great discussions. Sincere thanks also to those who … More Dreams exhibition: National Science and Media Museum

More media coverage

Recently DrEAMSLab has hosted a number of guests, including artist Derya Erdem (Feb 2017), Prof. Sue Llewellyn, University of Manchester (April 2017), Scott Dalton of BBC Radio Lincs (as per the image below) and Zoe Myall of Lincolnshire Free Press, who provided this coverage in the Spalding Guardian of her experiences piloting two of our … More More media coverage

June 2017 update

Much has happened since the last update. I now realize that there exists a trade-off between lab activity and number of website updates. So rest assured that this quietness reflects much business in DrEAMSLab! I’ll try to summarise some of the recent activity below. Please also explore the updated projects and lab members sections. Four … More June 2017 update

Media frenzy

Since the official lab launch last month and the associated research seminars, as funded by the BPS, there has been much interest in developing DrEAMSLab. Thanks to all who have supported and shown interest. I’ve discussed the work of the Lab with BBC Radio Lincolnshire, the Lincolnshire Echo, The Lincolnite, the University of Lincoln’s excellent … More Media frenzy

Lab officially launched!

Today we celebrated the official launch of DrEAMSLab! Thanks to those who came along to support the event. We also delivered our first events as part of our “Dreaming and sleep-dependent memory consolidation” seminar series, funded by the BPS research seminars scheme. The day commenced with an open lecture, “Dreams as a methodological tool” We … More Lab officially launched!

What can dreaming teach us about sleep-dependent memory consolidation? Seminar event at BGU!

You are warmly invited to the first seminar event in the British Psychological Society funded series exploring what dreams can teach us about memory consolidation in sleep. We have a number of events running on Wed Feb 10th 2016 at BGU: 10am onwards Tea/coffee on arrival 10.30-12 Open Lecture “Dreams as a methodological tool”, Dr. … More What can dreaming teach us about sleep-dependent memory consolidation? Seminar event at BGU!