Access the science at Neuroscience 2014 on your mobile device with the tools SfN provides online and in the convention center in Washington, DC.
At Neuroscience 2014’s Dialogues Between Neuroscience and Society Lecture, noted chef Bryan Voltaggio will discuss how he experiments with flavor to transform the way his guests think about food.
The Public Advocacy Forum at Neuroscience 2014 will focus on the implications for science funding in an era of global brain initiatives.
- Neuroscientists speak out against brain game hype - The absurd claim that only Republicans are to blame for cuts to Ebola research - New antidepressant: Rapid agent restores pleasure-seeking ahead of other antidepressant action - See-through sensors open new window into the brain - Brain scans show cause of seasonal affective disorder - "I’m not a scientist" is a dangerous cop-out - Jeffrey Kahn's odd views on animal research
SfN congratulates the recent co-winners of the 2014 Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award, SfN member and neurologist Mahlon R. DeLong and neurosurgeon Alim Louis Benabid.
In the changing landscape of opportunities in neuroscience, how can senior scientists approaching retirement stay involved in science in some way?
The Society for Neuroscience received one of two honorable mention awards in the 2014 Prudential Leadership Awards for Exceptional Nonprofit Boards.
During a press conference at Neuroscience 2013, researchers described the ways the brain evaluates interactions with others, copes with sudden changes in social hierarchies, and responds to social stress.
Neuroscience 2014 is an unparalleled venue for the sharing and discussion of neuroscience research.
At its annual summer meeting in early August, SfN Council focused on long-range and strategic planning.
Students from around the world traveled to Washington, DC, in August to compete in the International Brain Bee, a neuroscience competition that encourages secondary school students to learn about the brain and pursue education and careers in the sciences.
Fifteen neuroscience trainees from Latin American and Caribbean countries traveled to Querétaro, México, in August to participate in a three-week course as part of SfN’s new Latin American Training Program (LATP).
- Ebola vaccine would likely have been found by now if not for budget cuts: NIH Director - NIH director, Sen. Roy Blunt discuss research funding in medical school visit - Scientists caught in Chinese anti-corruption sweep - Breakthrough replicates human brain cells for use in Alzheimer's research - Scientists find cells self-repair the brain after stroke - Distinguished South African Professor Tebello Nyokong on science, education and innovation - How to ensure ethical animal testing - Revealed: EU science chief promised to be "flexible" towards Israel's war crimes
Christophe Bernard is serving as the first editor-in-chief of eNeuro, SfN’s new online, open-access journal.
Following recent attacks by extremists against scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tubingen, Germany, the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) and the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) have released a statement.
- Nobel Prize in medicine awarded for discovery of brain’s ‘GPS’ - Microscope work wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry - Europe’s brain project is ‘back on track’ - Marmosets are stars of Japan’s ambitious brain project - The BRAIN Initiative and Grand Challenge Scholars - Glut of postdoc researchers stirs quiet crisis in science - A glimpse into the inner workings of the 3D brain: Researchers build computer models to explore how memories form - How do you make Republicans care about animal testing? Anthony Bellotti has a plan - A call to those who care about Europe’s science
The Society for Neuroscience will receive funding from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke through July 2019 in support of its award-winning Neuroscience Scholars Program.
Stefan W. Hell, a joint winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, will give a special lecture during Neuroscience 2014.
SfN congratulates John O´Keefe, May-Britt Moser, and SfN Council member Edvard I. Moser, the winners of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
An open discussion of animal research ethics focusing on a particular program employing monkeys in the study of anxiety and depression will be held at University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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