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Charles Spence leading the Crossmodal Research Laboratory in the Department of Experimental Psychology has been awarded the ‘Prix de la Littérature Gastronomique 2019’ for his book Gastrophysics.  

The award is from the Académie Internationale de la Gastronomie (AIG) based in Paris. The AIG's goal is to nurture and promote national and regional cooking cultures and culinary heritages all around the world, while encouraging creativity in contemporary cuisine. Each year, AIG awards prizes to individuals or institutions who distinguished themselves in a specific country at a national level.