- Republican Steering Committee recommends House committee chairs for 114th Congress
- Who will hold science's purse strings in new House?
- Science gets a nod in Obama's immigration plans
- New special report highlights NSF-funded broader impacts
- A vital brain structure was forgotten for 100 years because scientists couldn't agree
- 'Emotional map' reveals where human body feels gentle touch
- Alzheimer's test detects disease decade ahead of onset
- Cutting calories slows aging, new study finds
- Electrical scalp device can slow progression of deadly brain tumors
- Reproducibility issue may be science's growing pains
- The rules of replication
- New GOP leaders embrace science but don't hug trees
- Seventy years ago this week, a science policy milestone
- The Shrinking World of Ideas
More than 31,000 researchers, clinicians, and advocates traveled to Washington, DC, to take part in Neuroscience 2014.
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- Science adviser role in the new European Commission in limbo
- House Dems urge leaders to increase NIH funding
- Why congressional Republicans want to cut social science research funding
- Universities blast congressional probe of NSF grants
- Learning how little we know about the brain
- Brain's taste secrets uncovered
- The brains of marijuana users are different, especially if they start young
- Can big government solve the mysteries of Autism and Alzheimer's Disease?
- Poised for big breakthroughs, US scientists find dwindling support
- How to study the brain
Are you curious about the Society for Neuroscience’s long and storied history? How has SfN shaped the field of neuroscience? Learn all about SfN’s first 25 years, from 1969-1995, in a new online interactive experience.
eNeuro is an innovative open-access journal that publishes high-quality, broad-based, peer-reviewed research focused solely on the field of neuroscience.
Mark your calendars for SfN's 45th annual meeting, October 17-21 in Chicago.
Bonus Day is an opportunity to register early and secure housing for Neuroscience 2015 a day before standard advance member registration opens.
For the third year, the Art of Neuroscience exhibit at SfN’s annual meeting provides artists with a venue to share unique and interesting pieces inspired by the wonders of neuroscience.
- What's in store for new Senate? Much of the same gridlock and grind
- U.S. Senate science panels will have new leadership in wake of Republican takeover
- NIH awards initial $46 million for BRAIN Initiative research
- Ministers promise basket of gifts for German science
- This is what your brain looks like on magic mushrooms
- What is it like to control a robotic arm with a brain implant?
- Tracking PhD career paths
- Journals unite for reproducibility
- Could digital badges clarify the roles of co-authors?
- What neuro-revolution? The public find brain science irrelevant and anxiety-provoking
- Academic science isn't sexist
- New paper asserting that sexism in science is over stirs the pot
- Science research needs an overhaul
Follow Neuroscience 2014 conversations online through Facebook, Twitter, and SfN's annual meeting bloggers.
- After Election 2014: COMPETES reauthorization
- Should the government fund only science in the "national interest?"
- NIH proceeds with caution on sex balance in biomedical studies
- Scientists implicate more than 100 genes in causing autism
- Not just lazy: Chronic fatigue is real, new brain scans show
- When shared data is not reproducible: Science is broken–but it can be fixed
- Opinion: Separate training from research budgets
- Animal experimentation for medical research must continue, say leading academics
The Public Advocacy Forum at Neuroscience 2014 will focus on the implications for science funding in an era of global brain initiatives.
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.
- 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?
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.
The Society for Neuroscience received one of two honorable mention awards in the 2014 Prudential Leadership Awards for Exceptional Nonprofit Boards.
Neuroscience 2014 is an unparalleled venue for the sharing and discussion of neuroscience research.
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