Applied Science attend lecture on research and hearing in teens

19 November 2021

Students studying Applied Science attended a lecture on Friday. 

The lecture explored the importance of research in science and the range of research that is conducted on a daily basis.

Dr Hannah Guest from the Human Communication, Development & Hearing at the University of Manchester led the lecture. 

In particular, the lecture also focussed on the 'Hearing in Teens' research study. The study is a world-leading piece of auditory science, following 220 teens from 16 to 19, testing their hearing using state-of-the-art measures as they start regularly going to gigs and clubs. Applied Science students had the opportunity to be involved in this research afterwards.

Find out more about studying Applied Science at Ashton here

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