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Springer Launches TheNeuroNetwork.com

Springer has launched TheNeuroNetwork.com (www.theneuronetwork.com), a free, multidimensional, professional networking site dedicated to those working with and studying the brain. Welcoming those researchers from the fields of neuroscience, neurology, psychology, artificial intelligence, and other related areas, the website offers an online community and networking site for those studying neural activities in the brain (invertebrate to human), including brainlike systems and networks. Currently, more than 1,300 individual members and 40 interest groups representing more than 70 countries have created profiles on the network.

Members may create searchable profiles with their research interests and publications; upload poster presentations, images, and videos; post questions and start discussions on new research; form and join public or private groups based on their interests or geographical location; post and search job listings; start a blog; and view, post, and RSVP to upcoming meetings.

Members may also create profiles for their organizations, institutes, societies, or even their labs. Such profiles may be used to post meetings, news, links to articles, press releases, or calls for papers. The website will also provide original content in the form of interviews with researchers; it is looking for live bloggers for upcoming meetings.

Source: Springer



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