- NIH and AHRQ announce updated policy for application submission - Animals with human rights will be more than a pet peeve for researchers - H.R. 4472: US-Israel Global Neuroscience Partnership Act of 2014 - Finding may explain why women more likely develop Alzheimer's - Videos: A (very) close look inside the zebrafish brain - Rescuing US biomedical research from its systemic flaws - Brain scans: Don’t throw out the baby with the dead salmon
Submit an abstract for Neuroscience 2014 by 5 p.m. EDT on Thursday, May 8.
Forty-five researchers representing twenty-six states took to Capitol Hill on March 26 for SfN’s eighth annual Capitol Hill Day.
During the recent Society for Neuroscience Capitol Hill Day, Dr. Emanuel DiCicco-Bloom invited Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) to tour his laboratory.
Authors submitting articles to The Journal of Neuroscience will now have the option to add their ORCID identifier or register for one on the ORCID website.
Each year at its annual meeting, SfN presents more than $500,000 in prizes, awards, and honoraria to celebrate outstanding individuals and programs in neuroscience.
Expand your outreach and help increase brain awareness. Collaborate with someone in your community and submit a video today!
The Society for Neuroscience is proud to be an official partner of the 3rd USA Science & Engineering Festival, to be held April 24-27 in Washington, DC.
- House passes Ryan budget - UCSF doctor's brain health registry could dramatically cut research costs - RIP, K.C. - Congressmen Smith, Fattah Announce Bipartisan Bill to Boost Alzheimer's Research and Int'l Action Plan - Watch proteins do the jitterbug - Paralyzed men move again with spinal stimulation - Neuroscientists, you now have no excuse not to share raw data
The new state-of-the-art facility will encourage unprecedented collaboration across the many institutes associated with neuroscience research.
- At House science panel hearing, sarcasm rules - Neurological institute finds worrisome drop in basic research - DARPA launches biological technologies office - Ukraine's science in turmoil - Lean times ahead for Russian Science Academy - Scientists unveil first wiring diagram of mouse's brain - Scientists create an unprecedented map of the developing human brain
SfN is hosting the Brain Awareness Video Contest (BAVC) for the fourth year, inviting people from around the world to work with SfN members to produce short, educational videos about the wonders of the brain.
NSF has launched a new portal dedicated to the agency’s brain research funding opportunities and news.
Read about BAW events around the globe and share your experience with SfN.
As part of the U.S. BRAIN Initiative, NSF is seeking Early Concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER) proposals with the potential to transform our ability to analyze brain function underlying behavioral and cognitive processes.
SfN members met with more than 75 congressional offices on March 26 to advocate for scientific research.
Learn more about registration, travel and hotel arrangements, and key dates for Neuroscience 2014.
Reps. Frank Wolf (R-VA) and Chaka Fattah (D-PA)
Early in 2014, The Society for Neuroscience announced its intent to launch a new, open access (OA), online-only journal to serve the field of neuroscience.
The May 6 webinar will bring together faculty from the sold-out 2013 Neurobiology of Disease Workshop for a discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of using iPSCs technology.
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