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Science Funding Resources

SfN’s tools and resources make it easy for members to get involved in advocacy, engage with their national policy leaders, and stay informed on major funding issues.

SfN provides a wide array of resources on public funding of neuroscience. 

Watch SfN's advocacy webinars; read about current events in the U.S. and internationally; learn about annual funding priorities and processes; then take action using SfN advocacy tools.

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The top image shows the view of dendritic spines using standard confocal microscopy compared with stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy, one of the Nobel-winning techniques.

2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry: Taking Microscopy to the Nanodimension

Source: Society for Neuroscience
Techniques that increase the resolution of microscopes are revolutionizing the ability to peer at brain structures in ever-increasing detail.
Article provided by The Dana Foundation

Closing the Gap Between Cochlear Implants and Natural Hearing

Source: Dana Foundation
The cochlear implant is a near-miraculous device, widely considered the most effective brain-machine interface technology yet developed. Now, researchers are working to make this very good implant even better.

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Graph of NIH funding history adjusted for Biomedical Research and Development Price Index (BRDPI) as determined by NIH Office of Budget.
Advocacy: A Global Commitment

Learn how SfN works with the international research community to build support for scientific research and why you should get involved on a local level.