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FENS Forum 2016: Call for Proposals is now Open!

Support FENS and put your research on the programme of the FENS Forum 2016 in Copenhagen. You have only one ...
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Review Article: The diverse roles and multiple forms of focal adhesion kinase in brain

Focal Adhesion Kinase, the main transducer of integrin signaling, deserves particular attention during brain development. FAK is found in various ...
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Review on Fly Motion Vision by the 2014 EJN Award Winner

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAf8WyawzB0 Enjoy reading the new review article by Alexander Borst on visual motion-detection circuits and watch the above related video ...
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Read our new virtual Issue on Attention – PDFs free to download until Jan 29 2015

How does the brain detect and select relevant stimuli from the seemingly endless array of cues in the environment? How ...
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Oxycodone evokes a greater increase in dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens than morphine

In this Featured Article of the month (October 2014), researchers measured rapid dopamine and other neurotransmitter release following intravenous infusion ...
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How to compress TIF figure files without losing resolution

Having trouble uploading your figure files to an online submission system? Figures should be uploaded in the desired resolution, but ...
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How to publish two related papers with interdependent results

When you wish to publish two related articles, we recommend you submit both articles to the same journal at the ...
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Did you know? Members of FENS societies and of the SfN have FREE Access to EJN!

EJN is the journal of FENS, published in association with Wiley Blackwell. As such, publication proceeds fund the educational activities ...
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Video Protocol – Isolation of Adult Mouse Hippocampi

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Upf15CB29V4&feature=youtu.be ...
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EJN Best Publication Award 2015

The Best Publication is selected from research articles accepted or published in EJN over the preceding two-year period. Nominations are ...
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