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On Friday 8th June, colleagues from Experimental Psychology and from far afield gathered together to commemorate the academic life and legacy of Larry Weiskrantz (1926-2018). He remains a giant in our discipline, having played a pioneering role in unveiling implicit perception and memory. As head of Experimental Psychology (1967-1993), Larry shaped the modern guise of the department, with its emphasis on rigorous experimental research and its integrative approach to understanding mind and behaviour.