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Professor of Applied Linguistics

University of Bedfordshire

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TESOL Teacher of the Year & Award for Distinguised Research

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The 2014 TESOL Award for Distinguished Research, presented by ETS TOEFL goes to Stephen Bax, Professor of Applied Linguistics at the Center for English Language Research and Assessment, University of Bedfordshire, UK.
Dr. Bax is being honored for his paper "The Cognitive Processing of Candidates During Reading Tests: Evidence From Eye Tracking," published in Language Testing.


Research staff - beds.ac.uk

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Dr Stephen Bax (Reader in English Language, Learning, Assessment and Technology)


Mystery of the Voynich Manuscript

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In a recent development, Professor Stephen Bax, Professor in Applied Linguistics at the University of Bedfordshire, has taken a crack at decoding the Voynich Manuscript utilizing the methodology which eventually translated ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics.
After examining the Voynich Manuscript, Professor Bax took and interest in decoding it because he felt the script within the manuscript was a language and the book did indeed contain detailed information on many topics, mostly the understanding of plants, herbs and the possible use of herbs.


More News | Atlantis Rising Magazine Library

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In the meantime, Stephen Bax, Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Bedfordshire in the U.K. says he has hit upon a way to break the code by identifying proper names related to objects in the drawings.
An expert in Semitic languages, like Arabic, Bax is using a technique like that previously employed to translate other medieval manuscripts. He has, he says, been able to decode several names and thinks he can soon work out the rest.


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Stephen Bax, a professor of applied linguistics at the University of Bedfordshire in England, claimed to have deciphered 14 of the Voynich manuscript's characters in February 2014.
The book is most likely a treatise on nature, written in a Near Eastern or Asian language, according to Bax.


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