Lego professor is off the starting blocks

Cambridge University’s search for a professor of Lego is over.

Last year, the university announced that it was seeking a “professor of play” to lead research into links between fun and education.

Well, late last week the Mirror reported that Professor Paul Ramchandani had won the £84k-a-year role, which is funded by the Lego foundation.

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