This online event will take place on April 10, 2018.
In this Neuronline series, explore some of the research recently published in JNeurosci and eNeuro.
Learn about the differences between explicit and implicit bias in this video from UCLA's Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
"I stumbled into the area of mitochondria, and it turned out to be serendipitous."
In this webinar, get advice from faculty members at a variety of career stages on how to give and assess academic chalk talks.
The neocortex is one of the most enigmatic structures of the mammalian brain.
This video discusses the Implicit Association Test (IAT) and the wealth of data it has generated.
This Public Advocacy Forum panel discusses the essential role of basic scientific research to the research continuum.
James Geddes shares the basics of collaborations, from why and how you should set one up to what to do if issues arise.
Concussion occurs after a sudden, heavy impact to the head, often resulting in temporary unconsciousness or confusion.
Before becoming an SfN Early Career Policy Ambassador (ECPA), I had no experience with science policy advocacy.
The ability to sequence whole genomes faster and more accurately has revolutionized medicine and research.
It's important to communicate with lay audiences about animal research, but what's an effective approach?
Khan Ozol describes how he became a headhunter and consultant for various industries, including biotech and pharma, and how he landed where he is today.
Learn how to develop precise and effective significance statements to accompany your work.
The capacity to extract a periodic beat from a complex musical segment is remarkable, yet the neural mechanisms through which this is achieved remain elusive.
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