Several opportunities to connect await SfN members in early 2021.
John Ngai describes scientific advances, adapting to COVID-19, and promoting inclusion.
The neuroscience community gathers online for abstracts, sessions, and socials.
Glucose metabolism problems and Alzheimer’s pathology could be related, disrupted, and potentially fixed.
Neuroscience points to the brain needing community in a similar fashion to food and water.
SfN congratulates this year's winners and thanks its volunteers.
Kaela S. Singleton shares the good and bad of her experiences in academia.
SfN journals evolve alongside their readers' needs.
Updates on SfN's transition to virtual events in support of members.