Every laboratory contains a variety of quantitative data and qualitative data spread across many media platforms and a number of physical locations, and practically every researcher and administrator has a writing utensil within arm’s reach. Handwriting is a useful construct in everyday life, but in the laboratory, it’s not particularly […]

It’s not often in biology that a field of inquiry becomes distinct enough to branch off from its progenitors and form a new subfield, but that’s exactly what the creators of the freshly founded Network Neuroscience journal aim to do.1. “The Future Of Network Neuroscience.” April 2017, http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/full/10.1162/NETN_e_00005.] Published via […]

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