The brain blogging carnival

The 33rd edition of Encephalon, which has just been posted at GNIF Brain Blogger, includes posts on magnetoreception, cellular senescence in Alzheimer’s Disease, and how the use of DNA microarrays is providing insights into human brain evolution.

The next edition of the carnival will be hosted by Zachary at Distributed Neuron, on October 22nd. If you’d like to contribute, send permalinks to your neuroscience or psychology blog posts to encephalon{dot}host{at}gmail{dot}com, or use this submission form.


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