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By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Important new study results showing that plaque buildup in one area of the brain can negatively affect metabolism in a more distant brain region have been published in Brain Connectivity.

By German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI)
The GCRI in New York invites you to a gallery opening on Thursday, June 12, featuring selected images from the work of Max Planck Society scientists. Dr. Klaus-Armin Nave will open the evening with a talk on "Neurological Diseases in Mice."

By Global Product Management Talk
Dr. Randal Koene, Dutch Neuroscientist, Neuroengineer, Preeminent Theorist, Founder And Developer Will Discuss The State Of Science And Technology For Neural Prostheses And Whole Brain Emulation

By LabX Media Group
LabX Media Group is proud to announce the launch of an exciting new website dedicated to neuroscience researchers - NeuroScientistNews (www.neuroscientistnews.com).

By SMi Group
SMi Group have worked together with an esteemed panel of speakers including KOLs from Merck, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Imperial College London, Mundipharma, Nektar Pharmaceuticals, Morpheus and Eli Lilly, to put together the conference agenda for the 14th.

By CRC Press
This new book is fully updated to accommodate the latest advancements in clinical neuroscience.

By Ageless Grace, LLC
Teacher Training Opportunity, Seminar, and Public Classes for Anti-Aging Fitness Program Based on the Cutting-Edge Science of Neuroplasticity

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A new study has found that causal, directional connections between brain networks can be linked to differences in religious thought.

By Brain Research Foundation
Brain Research Foundation convenes top area neuroscientists and students for seminars and competitive poster session

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Neuro-Innovation, part of Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 2014, will be held on February 10 in San Francisco.

By University of Houston
Supported by $100K Alzheimer’s Association Grant, Initial Results Published in PLoS

By Arrowhead Publishers
The 4th Annual Traumatic Brain Injury is pleased to announce that Andrew Maas, MD, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman at Antwerp University Hospital and University of Antwerp will return for the 2014 conference.

By Taproot, Inc.
Taproot, Inc. announced today the release of their  new DVD, Guerilla Filmmaking with a Hollywood Flair.

By CRC Press
Principles of Neural Coding contains chapters written by world-class experts in the field of neural coding.

By Learning Enhancement Corporation
CHICAGO, IL (April 26, 2013) – Learning Enhancement Corporation (LEC) announced that Betsy Hill, the company’s president and COO, and Dr.

By Pragya Publications
Summary: Obama administration recently announced its plan to fund brain mapping project expressing the hope that this project will demystify human brain.

By American Academy of Medical Administrators
Participating corporate and consulting firm exhibitors announced for the AAMA 3-in-1 Conference, including conference sponsor Amgen Oncology. Exhibit space still available. 3-in-1 Conference will be held at Bally's Las Vegas, April 10-12, 2013.

By The Kineo Group
Brain Research Foundation’s 13th Annual Neuroscience Day Draws Chicago-area Researchers Together To Discuss New Research Through Presentations and Lectures.

By Advontemedia
Neuroscience-Net (www.neuroscience.com) has begun publishing books on all aspects of neuroscience, including basic as well as clinically related research.

By The Kineo Group
Dr. Ravi Allada Leads Investigation into Effects of Sleep Cycles on Age-Related Neurodegeneration

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By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Important new study results showing that plaque buildup in one area of the brain can negatively affect metabolism in a more distant brain region have been published in Brain Connectivity.

By German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI)
The GCRI in New York invites you to a gallery opening on Thursday, June 12, featuring selected images from the work of Max Planck Society scientists. Dr. Klaus-Armin Nave will open the evening with a talk on "Neurological Diseases in Mice."

By Dr. Joe Dispenza
Available Now! You Are the Placebo is Quickly Becoming One of the Best Selling Books on Amazon.

By TopPublishing
Is it possible to heal by thought alone—without drugs or surgery? The truth is that it happens more often than you might expect. Dr. Joe is Interviewed By Debbi Dachinger On DARE To DREAM Radio.

By Global Product Management Talk
Dr. Randal Koene, Dutch Neuroscientist, Neuroengineer, Preeminent Theorist, Founder And Developer Will Discuss The State Of Science And Technology For Neural Prostheses And Whole Brain Emulation

By SMI GmbH
SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI) partners with Cedrus to create StimTracker for SMI – a truly scientific timing and synchronization solution in the millisecond precision range for experimental psychologists and neuroscientists

By LabX Media Group
LabX Media Group is proud to announce the launch of an exciting new website dedicated to neuroscience researchers - NeuroScientistNews (www.neuroscientistnews.com).

By SMi Group
SMi Group have worked together with an esteemed panel of speakers including KOLs from Merck, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Imperial College London, Mundipharma, Nektar Pharmaceuticals, Morpheus and Eli Lilly, to put together the conference agenda for the 14th.

By Change the Lens Productions
March 10, 2014—Documentary filmmaker Ramona Persaud explores how teachers can use brain science to engage students of all ages and academic abilities in her new documentary Grey Matters, currently in production.

By CRC Press
This new book is fully updated to accommodate the latest advancements in clinical neuroscience.

By Ageless Grace, LLC
Teacher Training Opportunity, Seminar, and Public Classes for Anti-Aging Fitness Program Based on the Cutting-Edge Science of Neuroplasticity

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A new study has found that causal, directional connections between brain networks can be linked to differences in religious thought.

By Brain Research Foundation
Brain Research Foundation convenes top area neuroscientists and students for seminars and competitive poster session

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Neuro-Innovation, part of Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 2014, will be held on February 10 in San Francisco.

By University of Houston
Supported by $100K Alzheimer’s Association Grant, Initial Results Published in PLoS

By Arrowhead Publishers
The 4th Annual Traumatic Brain Injury is pleased to announce that Andrew Maas, MD, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman at Antwerp University Hospital and University of Antwerp will return for the 2014 conference.

By German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI)
Brain-computer interface technology is revolutionizing the way individuals interact with their environment. On Nov. 7, leading neuroscientists will discuss advances in the field of neurotechnology at the German Center for Research and Innovation.

By Taproot, Inc.
Taproot, Inc. announced today the release of their  new DVD, Guerilla Filmmaking with a Hollywood Flair.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Subtle variations in genes that regulate a person’s inflammatory response to injury can impact clinical outcomes in TBI, according to a new study published in Journal of Neurotrauma.

By Neuronico Art & Neuroscience
Two years ago, Paul Franklin Smith underwent surgery to remove a brain tumor; today, he’s finishing a university degree and building a web-based business.

By Neuronico: Art & Neuroscience
Art has been described as a quirk of human existence, a luxury afforded by our success. Among those who suspect that art played a more crucial role in our history is artist Paul Franklin Smith; a new website featuring his work explores this theme.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Differences between communication in regions of the brain are reported in a study that compared neural networks, signaling efficiency, and disruptions in connectivity in the brains of healthy elderly subjects and patients with Alzheimer's disease.

By society for neuroscience
World’s largest meeting on the brain features latest research discoveries in science, health

By Not So Noble Books
New book by British author explores a forgotten side to multi-cultural and inter-cultural discourses by exploring what humans have in common, and how this is a basis for better understanding between individuals and cultures.

By German Center for Research and Innovation
Discussion with Inga Koerte, Robert Stern, and Alan Schwarz on the effects of sports-related concussion on neurobehavior and health on June 3, 2013

By CRC Press
Principles of Neural Coding contains chapters written by world-class experts in the field of neural coding.

By Tenet Florida Physician Services
Local residents and members of the Palm Beach medical community learned about the medical expertise, treatments and rehabilitation services available at the Palm Beach Neurosciences Institute (PBNI) during a well-attended grand opening event.

By Learning Enhancement Corporation
CHICAGO, IL (April 26, 2013) – Learning Enhancement Corporation (LEC) announced that Betsy Hill, the company’s president and COO, and Dr.

By Pragya Publications
Summary: Obama administration recently announced its plan to fund brain mapping project expressing the hope that this project will demystify human brain.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
ew research findings that link decreased brain cell concentration to altered functional connectivity in temporal-lobe epilepsy are reported in an article in Brain...

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
New Rochelle, NY—A new study of patterns of brain communication in toddlers with autism shows evidence of aberrant neural communication even at this relatively early stage of brain development.

By American Academy of Medical Administrators
Participating corporate and consulting firm exhibitors announced for the AAMA 3-in-1 Conference, including conference sponsor Amgen Oncology. Exhibit space still available. 3-in-1 Conference will be held at Bally's Las Vegas, April 10-12, 2013.

By The Kineo Group
Brain Research Foundation’s 13th Annual Neuroscience Day Draws Chicago-area Researchers Together To Discuss New Research Through Presentations and Lectures.

By American Academy of Medical Administrators
AAMA announces "3-in-1" Conference. Cardiovascular, Oncology and Neuroscience specialty groups in one cross-disciplinary educational event. Separate specalty tracks, one exhibit hall, combined keynote sessions. April 10-12, 2013, Bally's Las Vegas.

By Advontemedia
Neuroscience-Net (www.neuroscience.com) has begun publishing books on all aspects of neuroscience, including basic as well as clinically related research.

By BrainWare SAFARI
Briefing 1/23/2013 hosted by BrainWare SAFARI in cooperation with Congressman Danny K. Davis: Congressman Davis opened with comments on the importance of innovation & the promise of neuroscience research in delivering education that works for all.

By Arrowhead Publishers and Conferences
The 3rd Annual Traumatic Brain Injury Conference will be held on March 6-7, 2013 in Washington, DC. The conference will provide a holistic perspective on the diagnosis, treatment and outcomes associated with traumatic brain injury.

By Kurth Lampe
BrainWare Safari hosts a Briefing in cooperation with Representative Danny K. Davis on Neuroscience in the Classroom January 23 at 10:30 a.m. Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2103 to examine how brains learn & how to get better student outcomes.

By Kurth Lampe
A Congressional Briefing on Neuroscience in the Classroom will be held on Wednesday, January 23 at 10:30 in the Rayburn Office Building Room 2103 in Wacshington,, DC.

By The Kineo Group
Dr. Ravi Allada Leads Investigation into Effects of Sleep Cycles on Age-Related Neurodegeneration

By Plexon Inc
Plexon Inc, the leader in advanced hardware and software solutions for neuroscience research, announced today that the newest software release for its flagship product – the OmniPlex® Neural Data Acquisition System – is available online.

By M.D. Morgan
A free book 'The Human Design: An Introduction to the Design in Nature' presents one basic design that reconciles the forces of physics and also serves as a blueprint for the human-type anatomy. The common design enables us to understand nature.

By SciGuru.com
According to a new research article, sleep enhances the quality of memory, reports SciGuru.com, a science news publication.

By The Kineo Group
The Brain Research Foundation conducted an expert panel on delaying cognitive impairment which includes dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

By Solas Press
A New Paradigm for Neuroscience. As the title suggests it raises the profound question of how we humans interact with our world.

By OriginLab
Company to demo its powerful data analysis and graphing software for scientists and engineers

By SMi Group
Paving the way of using AD biomarkers as supportive evidence of disease modifying treatment effects

By German Center for Research and Innovation
Join 2012 Kavli Prize Laureate Winfried Denk and connectomist Sebastian Seung at the GCRI New York on Wednesday, June 6, to learn about their innovative transatlantic quest to map the connectome, a wiring diagram of neural activities in the brain.

By Target Marketing
U.S. Release of the International Best-Seller The Art of Reading Minds Reveals How

By The Kineo Group
$40,000 seed grant from Associate Board will be used to explore causes of autism, attention deficit disorders, schizophrenia and other diseases



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