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.
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The new state-of-the-art facility will encourage unprecedented collaboration across the many institutes associated with neuroscience research.