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Advanced Brain Monitoring
Develops portable devices that interpret electrical activity and identify levels of alertness or drowsiness.
Auditory Physiology and Biophysics
Cellular basis of information processing in the auditory system. Potassium channels, modeling, synaptic transmission, and dendritic integration.
Memorial to Shirley L. Buchanan and her contribution to behavioral neuroscience research. Includes information about her and other associated scientists, particularly journal publications.
Innovators in digital EEG and MEG software for research and clinical applications.
Biophysics of Neuronal Computation
Using the detailed biophysics and microanatomy of cortical neurons to study their complexity from an information theory point of view - from the California Inst. of Technology.
Brain and Behavior, from Serendip
Interactive exhibits, forum, and links aimed at exploring the observational basis and significance of the assertion that the nervous system underlies all aspects of human behavior and experience.
The Brain Page
Eclectic collection of thought-provoking, quasi-scientific opinions on brain function.
BrainInfo: A Primate Brain Information System
Extensive resource to belp site visitors identify structures in the brain. Provides information about each structure, including comparative neuroanatomy of primates and rodents.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the brain and the mind, but were afraid to ask.
Center for Consciousness Studies
Interdisciplinary program promoting open, scientifically rigorous discussions of all phenomena related to the mind. Includes course, conference and workshop listings - from the Univ. of Arizona.
CNS Healthcare - Clinical Neuroscience Solutions
Advanced evaluations, treatments, monitoring, education, for those with psychiatric and neurological diseases.
Contemporary Philosophy of Mind
An annotated bibliography of recent work in the philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science, philosophy of artificial intelligence, and on consciousness in the sciences.
Ear & Brain Seminar
Describes people and projects of hearing and balance research in Germany.
Offering a compilation of current research on: genetics, brain and mind.
Hardin MD: Neurology & Neurosciences
Lists of Internet sources in neurology, neurosurgery, and neurosciences, and nervous system diseases.
Imaging the Deaf Brain
A research project exploring how British Sign Language (BSL) is processed by deaf people, with BSL translations of findings to date.
Ion Channels, Transmitters, Receptors, and Disease
Extensive review of ion channel biology and related neuromuscular pathology - from Washington Univ.-St. Louis.
A practical guide to the art of microiontophoresis employed in neuroscience research.
Mitochondria and Neurons
Innovative and speculative hypotheses on how mitochondria might act as flip-flop memory elements in the dendrites of neurons. Explanation of how mitochondria could trigger impulses and detect frequencies.
The Myelin Group
Research concerning the correct formation and maintenance of the myelin sheath. Includes publications, members, photo gallery, and views and opinions. University of Oulu.
Contract research firm specializing in testing the functional efficacy of potential CNS therapeutics in animal models, with an additional focus on behavioural evaluation of genetically altered animals.
A blog edited by several neuroscientists, which discusses neuroscience, consciousness, and AI.
Neuroscience for Kids
Intended for elementary and secondary school students and teachers who are interested in learning more about the nervous system and brain. Hands on activities, experiments, information for all grade levels.
Neuroscience on the Internet
A searchable and browsable index of neuroscience resources available on the Internet.
Examine everything from how neurons communicate with each other to the physiological processes that govern the way we act and think. From About.com.
Information on neurotrophic factors.
NINDS Neuron Fact Sheet
Educational booklet about how neurons develop, function, and die, prepared by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
The Octopus Research Group
Research group, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, working on the motor control of the cephalopod's (octopus vulgaris) flexible arm.
Current understanding of the physiological basis for olfaction (sense of smell) and the possible molecular interactions that specify odorant signaling.
OpenStim: The Open Noninvasive Brain Stimulator
An open-source project to build a transcranial device. Includes Wiki for self-reporting of brain-stimulation experience.
Principles of Psychobiology
Interactive software study guide in psychobiology and neuroscience - for purchase from Red Reef Publications.
Processes in Animal Vision
A new advanced text on all aspects of the visual system. Major sections on physiology, the photoreceptor cell, the neuron and the performance of the eye.
Research Network on Early Experience & Brain Development
Strives to be inter- and multi-disciplinary by drawing on experts from developmental psychology, developmental neurobiology, and developmental/behavioral pediatrics.
The Science of Sleep
Science Friday audio discussion of why we need sleep, with Clifford Saper, David White, and Craig Heller.
Scientific American Frontiers
Learn more about the fascinating human brain and uncover startling new evidence of our brain's ability to change, plus, take a virtual tour of the famous organ.
Scientific resources for the study of synapse structure and function, including tutorials on neurocytology, software, 3D data, and reconstructions from serial electron microscopy.
Telluride Workshop on Neuromorphic Engineering
A three-week workshop focused on bringing together researchers from academia with their counterparts in industry, working on sensory systems and sensory-motor integration.
The W.U.S.M. Neuroscience Tutorial
Excellent tutorial for neuroscience.
"Science Friday" audio discussion with Martin Citron, Charles Gross, and Evan Snyder on the 1999 discovery that new neurons are continually being added to the brains of adult monkeys, even to parts of the brain responsible for very high-level functioning, and what this might mean for learning, memory and the treatment of neurological diseases. Features related links. (October 22, 1999)
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