This SfN virtual conference will take place on June 26, 2019.
The most important skill a scientist needs, after the skills needed to execute a study, is the ability to report his or her scientific endeavors in writing.
Adults who lost their vision at an early age have more refined auditory cortex responses to simple sounds than sighted individuals, according to one of these studies.
Samantha Baglot shares how she’s pursuing her passion for improving education through neuroscience outreach and project management.
In this webinar, two institutional leaders will discuss their institutions’ successful strategies to diversify their faculty and create an inclusive environment.
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This is video one in the series, The Neuroscientist’s Guide to Advocacy.
Novel measures of brain activity associated with Parkinson's disease (PD) can be detected with scalp electrodes, according to a new analysis published in eNeuro.
Collaboration in science highlights the need for developing leadership in multidisciplinary research, bridging gaps across campuses, countries, and continents.
In this Meet the Expert, Camilla Bellone offers a look at the roles of training abroad and openness to new collaborations in allowing her to expand her skillset as a scientist, as well as how she has balanced her evolving interests in synapses, circuits, and behaviors.
"Imagine if we remembered every detail of every event we’ve ever experienced. Trying to find a particular memory would be like searching for a needle in a thousand haystacks."
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