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.
In this webinar, get advice from faculty members at a variety of career stages on how to give and assess academic chalk talks.
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.
In this Neuronline series, explore some of the research recently published in JNeurosci and eNeuro.
This video from UCLA's Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion explores findings that implicit biases can influence our real world behavior.
This online event will take place on April 10, 2018.
Xinnan Wang shares what inspired her to work in the mitochondrial research field and how she thinks the field can continue to make advances against certain diseases.
Astrocyte, oligodendrocyte, and microglia experts will share new insights into glial cells during this inaugural virtual conference, "The Other Brain Cells: New Insights into What Glial Cells Do," happening on September 22, 2016.
In this on-demand webcast, join eNeuro Advisory Board member Margaret McCarthy in reviewing a manuscript.
Learn how to develop precise and effective significance statements to accompany your work.
Watch this webinar to learn why a data-science approach is an exciting horizon in neuroscience research, and what it means for training, whether you are a PI, professor, or trainee.
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