Neuroscience

The scientific study of the nervous system is entering a new golden age. Researchers and clinicians continue to advance the treatment of conditions such as Alzheimer’s syndrome, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, and traumatic brain injury. Public initiatives like the federal Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) program in the United States, announced in April 2013, ensure that funding and resources will continue to be applied to this rapidly growing field. Elsevier’s journals, books, eBooks, online references, and tools are respected around the world for everything from physiology and pathology to behavioral genetics and nerve repair. Our publications are a gateway to the latest advancements in neuroscience research and leading-edge data for professionals, students, and academics alike.

Neuroscience

Elsevier’s Neurobiology of Social Behavior Wins PROSE Award

Winners of the 40th Annual PROSE Awards were announced yesterday at the annual Professional and Scholarly Publishing (PSP)... Read more

Neuroscience

Elsevier’s “Diseases of the Nervous System” Wins PROSE Award

Winners of the 40th Annual PROSE Awards were announced yesterday at the annual Professional and Scholarly Publishing (PSP)... Read more

Neuroscience

Join Keystone Symposia for a Special Webcast Event on: “From Neuroscience to Therapy: How Do We Get There?”

Why do so many neuroscience therapy trials fail? There is an urgent need to improve the success of... Read more

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Psychophysics: Translating the External into the Internal

Over a century ago Gustav Fechner propelled psychophysics into mainstream science. Psychophysics today is the core methodology for... Read more

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Vitamin D Could Repair Nerve Damage in Multiple Sclerosis, Study Suggests

A protein activated by vitamin D could be involved in repairing damage to myelin in people with multiple... Read more

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Scientists Tend to Superspecialize – But There Are Ways They Can Change

Crossing disciplinary boundaries is unusual – and crucially important. In 1998, groundbreaking thinker and eminent biologist EO Wilson... Read more

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Brain Connections Predict How Well You Can Pay Attention

During a 1959 television appearance, Jack Kerouac was asked how long it took him to write his novel... Read more

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Beyond Einstein’s Brain: The Anatomy of Genius

When Albert Einstein died in 1955, his brain was removed, weighed and measured, preserved in formalin, photographed, and... Read more

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