When speaking or writing, or when interpreting oral or written utterances we rely on a multifaceted competence and activate a multitude of heterogeneous processes unfolding over different time scales and observable at different levels of analysis. In order to provide a multidisciplinary perspective on language processing, a number of researchers working in linguistics, neurosciences, psychology, medicine and computer sciences and coming from several labs in southern France (e.g.: LPL, LPC, LNC, LIF, IBD and LIA) founded the Brain and Language Institute Labex (BLRI). A Labex is a confederation of institutions whit its own budget provided by the French National Agency for Research (ANR). The overarching aim of the BLRI is to propose a general model of language processing and of its neural bases. The support to empirical research is guaranteed by the engineers working at the CREX, the BLRI centre for the data analysis. As a Labex, the BLRI employs an important portion of its budget to support doctoral and post-doctoral research with research grants to individual young researchers working in collaboration with researchers affiliated to the partner institutions of the BLRI. This blog is organized by the doctoral students and post-doctoral researchers of the BLRI and has the aim to report on their research and their activity as a group.