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Have You Read The Neuroscience Newsletter Yet? Neuroscience News is an online science magazine.

They offer free to read research articles covering neuroscience, neurology, psychology, artificial intelligence, neurotechnology, robotics, deep learning, neurosurgery, mental health and more.

What is Neuroscience?

Neuroscience is the scientific study of nervous systems.

Neuroscience can involve research from many branches of science including those involving neurology, brain science, neurobiology, psychology, computer science, artificial intelligence, statistics, prosthetics, neuroimaging, engineering, medicine, physics, mathematics, pharmacology, electrophysiology, biology, robotics and technology.

In 2001, there was a need for a science website that was dedicated strictly to neuroscience research news, so NeuroscienceNews.com was started.

To this day, the site is an independent science news website focusing mainly on neuroscience and other cognitive sciences.

Neuroscience News is an independent new media company.

No funds have been taken from governments, grants, pharmaceutical companies, big businesses, banks, schools, or others with possibly conflicting interests, to help with this site at any time.

They scour news sources from universities, labs, news agencies, scientists, science publishers, and other science departments.

They post full articles, releases, abstracts, and sometimes full research journal papers on our site.

They also take submissions from nearly anyone.

They attempt to link to the original news releases in our posts.

They try to include a link to the research papers discussed in the press release, or article, as well as other information that may be important to our readers.

They try to include the full list of authors, journal names, research title and identifiers (doi) under the content of each post.

Open Neuroscience Articles

Open access neuroscience articles are research articles that use at least one open access research paper as a reference.

Open access articles are free for anyone to read.

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December 20, 2021·5 min read

Perfecting Pitch Perception

Natural soundscapes have shaped our sense of hearing, optimizing it for the kinds of sounds we encounter most often. READ MORE

December 20, 2021·6 min read

Gum Disease Increases Risk of Other Illness

Such as Mental Health and Heart Conditions

People with periodontal disease have a 37% increased risk of developing anxiety, serious mental illness, and depression, and an 18% increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease. READ MORE

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In a few cases, the original neuroscience research article is not available without registration from a research journal, or isn’t available online yet.

In these cases, they link to a secondary source, such as a publishing organization news page, or a university press feed.

In these cases, they usually update their posts later, when they do find access to the research.

Neuroscience Videos

These articles have neuroscience videos included with the research.

Visit the article and you will see the neuroscience related video embedded in the article.

You can play the video from the page, or enlarge the video to full screen to watch it.

When a video is open, you can often pick many other neuroscience videos to watch.

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November 1, 2021·3 min read

New Type of Nerve Cell in the Retina Discovered

A new type of neuron in the mammalian retina has been discovered. The new cell, named the Campana cell, appears to relay visual signals to both rod and cone photoreceptors in the retina, however, their precise purpose is not yet known. WATCH HERE.

August 30, 2021·3 min read

Brain Cells Conduct Antidepressant Action Even in the Absence of Activity

In the absence of neural activity, BDNF expression can still be activated. The findings shed light on how therapeutic ketamine used has an antidepressant effect and how it works in both the long and short term. WATCH HERE.


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