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Mar 13,2015

On March 26, the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues will release “Gray Matters: Topics at the Intersection of Neuroscience, Ethics, and Society,” the second volume of its two-volume report on the ethical issues associated with neuroscience.

Rep. Winstrup and Kim Seroogy
Mar 27,2015

52 SfN members took part in a successful Capitol Hill Day on March 26. They participated in 81 meetings with legislators and staff from 27 states to advocate for scientific research.

SfN President Steve Hyman
Mar 19,2015
The Society for Neuroscience received the 2015 Paul G. Rogers Distinguished Organization Advocacy Award in recognition of the Society’s leadership as an advocate for medical, health, and scientific research.
Kids holding pictures of brains
Mar 23,2015
From March 16-22, people across the globe celebrated the 20th anniversary of Brain Awareness Week, a global campaign created by the Dana Foundation to increase public awareness about brain science.
Mar 25,2013
Social neuroscience is helping shed light on the powerful link between biology and behavior.
Mar 25,2013
The growing prevalence and cost of ADHD calls for research to better understand the disorder.
Brain-machine interface.
Mar 21,2013
AAAS panel explores the ethical implications of brain-machine interfaces.
Oct 19,2012
How does your brain process information needed for making choices? This question has potential to help us understand the ways people make decisions.
Mar 20,2013
Sexually naïve male mice respond differently to the chemical signals emitted by newborn pups than males that have mated and lived with pregnant females, according to a study published March 20 in The Journal of Neuroscience. The findings may help scientists to better understand the changes that take place in the brains of some mammals during the transition into parenthood.
Mar 01,2013
A joint press release from Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research, Research!America, Coalition for Life Sciences (CLS), and FASEB on the impact on the nation’s health resulting from sequestration. SfN is a member of Research!America and the Ad Hoc Group.
Neuroscientists visit exhibitors at Neuroscience 2012.
Feb 26,2013
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Dec 10,2012
SfN Announces Schedule for Future Annual Meetings
Jan 14,2013
More than 3,000 letters opposing sequestration cuts to funding for research and other federal programs were sent in less than 24 hours.
FENS President Marian Joels.
Feb 08,2013
The Society for Neuroscience asked new FENS President Marian Joëls about her goals and outlook for her two-year term (summer 2012-summer 2014).
Panelists at the Animals in Research discussion at Neuroscience 2012.
Feb 19,2013
Panelists discuss the challenges and opportunities in communicating the value of utilizing animals in research at Neuroscience 2012.
Chuck Close delivered the 2012 Dialogues Between Neuroscience and Society lecture at Neuroscience 2012.
Feb 19,2013
World renowned artist Chuck Close was featured at Neuroscience 2012 in the Dialogue between Neuroscience and Society series.
Neuroscientsts at Neuroscience 2012.
Jan 31,2013
Plan for Neuroscience 2013, November 9-13 in San Diego.
Jan 16,2013
The Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act was ultimately not taken up by the 112th Congress.
Jan 16,2013
President’s budget likely to be delayed by several weeks.
Jan 01,2013
These drastic cuts could still go into effect on March 1 unless there is further congressional action.
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