Feeture video

Wilfrid Laurier researcher and What Matters Now London participant Stephen Perry he talks about the latest research on feet and movement. He also offers some advice to students about letting passion guide their career.Virtual Researcher on Call, the organization that shot this video, will be on site in London as well, interviewing all the participants in the show at the London Children’s Museum. There’s still space, so register now, or tune back into this website to watch the webcast on November 26 at 7:00.

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