Creating a Culture of Accessibility in the Sciences (book Launch)

Book launch: Creating a culture of accessibility in the sciences

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The attitude of citizens in higher income countries towards immigrants is hardening, with scientists from the developing world suffering most.

Innovation and Research Suffer When Visa Rules Keep Scientists Home

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Up to 25% off Science & Technology books including newly published and soon-to-be published books. Offer ends 1/31.

Elsevier Books, Journals, Articles and more

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In this fourth entry on the "Top Five Questions Left-Handers Ask", Laterality expert Clare Porac answers whether or not switching writing hands messes up your brain.

Will Switching Writing Hands Mess Up My Brain

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The hard fact is that there’s just not enough R&D money available to support the higher ed research capabilities our country has built.

Is it Time for a New Model to Fund Science Research in Higher Education?

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The pain we experience as humans has physical and emotional components. Could we develop a machine that feels pain a similar way – and would we want to?

Pain in the Machine: a Cambridge Shorts Film

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Unique treatment of all major vertebrate and invertebrate model systems with excellent opportunities for relating behavior to molecular genetics. Use discount code STC215 and save up to 30% - [ Bit.ly Link ] #hormones

Hormones, Brain and Behavior - 3rd Edition

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Researchers have discovered a way to remove specific fears from the brain, using a combination of artificial intelligence and brain scanning technology.

Reconditioning the Brain to Overcome Fear

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Contains the expertise of contributors in the field who discuss the gut microbiome and its effect on the brain and behavior. Use discount code STC215 and save up to 30% - [ Bit.ly Link ] #microbiome

Gut Microbiome and Behavior, Volume 131 - 1st Edition

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Mind over matter when it comes to brain-powered racing. #Cybathlon

Inside the Cybathlon, Where Paraplegics Feel Rush of Competitive Sport

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First Ever Study On Familial Alzheimer's Brains Exposes Link To Potential Cause.

This recently published study of the brains of familial Alzheimer's disease victims has found extremely high levels of aluminum in the tissue.

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Aluminium in brain tissue in familial Alzheimer's disease

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provides the latest information on a condition that is characterized by motoneuron loss and muscle atrophy. Use discount code STC215 and save up to 30% - [ Bit.ly Link ] #MuscleAtrophy

Spinal Muscular Atrophy - 1st Edition

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Stats gives you an aggregated view on the performance of your publications, including metrics such as citations, readership and group activity, academic discipline and status of your readers, as well as any mentions online and in social media.

What Is Mendeley Stats?

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A year later, our first time authors have just published their book. Read the final chapter of their journey.

First Time Authors: Publication!

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We explore the close relationship between stress, fear and anxiety disorders via hormonal imbalances and activation in the brain and body in this excerpt.

The Relationship between Stress and Anxiety Disorders

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How can we get more women into engineering fields, and help them stay for their whole careers? We need their insight and creativity to help solve the problems facing our world. #womeninSTEM

How to Involve More Women and Girls in Engineering

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"As a neuroscientist and psychologist, I have no use for the soul. On the contrary, all functions attributable to this kind of soul can be explained by the workings of the brain."

Why Psychology Lost Its Soul: Everything Comes from the Brain

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Fancy some New Year reading? To celebrate the New Year we're offering free access to our highest cited articles from 2016 across our neuroscience journals [ Bit.ly Link ]

Neuroscience Highly Cited Collection

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Do students learn as much when they read digitally as they do in print?

Do Students Lose Depth in Digital Reading?

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As Aristotle once asked: "Why does music, being just sounds, remind us of the states of our soul?" Author Leonid Perlovsky sets out to answer this question.

Music: Passions and Cognitive Functions

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