In the Brain & Language Lab it is being researched how language is represented in the brain. Through the use of electroencephalography the brain activity during different language tasks is investigated. Reading words and sentences, understanding spoken and written language correctly, noticing grammatical errors, and speaking multiple languages seem to be a very easy task for adult readers. However, the underlying processes are very complex and the researchers of the Brain & Language Lab are trying to unravel them. An overview of the current projects, the labs, meetings and people involved, can be found at the LIBC Language website.