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Neurophilosophy now hosted by The Guardian

AFTER four years here at ScienceBlogs.com, Neurophilosophy is moving to a new home. As of today, it will be hosted by The Guardian. During its time here, the blog has grown from strength to strength. It has received over 2.5 million page views, was featured regularly on the New York Times science page, and has…

My Guardian column and other news

THANKS to those of you who’ve been in touch asking why I haven’t been blogging lately. Rest assured that I’m still very much alive and kicking – I put the blog on ice temporarily to work on several other projects, and will start updating it regularly in the near future. I’ve written something special to…

Open Lab 2009 and Research Blogging Awards

I ‘M pleased to announce that my post about dinosaur brains and behaviour is featured in Open Lab 2009, the annual anthology of the best science writing on blogs. The book has just been published and is now available at Lulu.com, in hard copy or as a Kindle-compatible PDF. This is the third Neurophilosophy post…

Science blogging article & paper

The current issue of The Economist contains a short article about how weblogs are beginning to change the way science is being communicate: Earlier this month Seed Media Group…launched the latest version of Research Blogging, a website which acts as a hub for scientists to discuss peer-reviewed science…The new portal provides users with tools to…

The Seed Media Group is offering a big prize to celebrate the millionth comment on the ScienceBlogs network. One lucky reader, selected at random from those who comment over the next few days, will win a four day trip to New York City, which includes four nights in a 4-star hotel and dinner with their…

2,000+ subscribers

Last week, the number of subscribers to this blog’s RSS feed passed the 2,000 mark, after teetering just below that number for a couple of months. It’s very gratifying to know that so many people enjoy my writing, and although this increase in subscriptions is tiny compared to the total number of subscribers, it somehow…

Encephalon 53 & Hourglass

The 53rd edition of Encephalon is online now at Ionian Enchantment and includes entries about grid cells, cochlear implants and how culture affects the perception of faces. The carnival comes back to it’s original home for the next edition – I’ll be hosting it here on 15th September. If you’d like to contribute, send permalinks…

Post a comment, win a prize

In an effort to get you, my readers, to actively participate in this blog, and also because some of you have been so generous in the past, I’ve decided to offer prizes to those of you who leave comments. I will send a recently published science book to the reader who posts the most interesting,…

Neuro blogs

Six more new ones: Encefalus Missives from the Frontal Lobe Neuromics NeoCorTEXT Neurospeculation Nothing’s Shocking Plastic, Elastic, the PFC

A place of interest, education & curiosity

Where is this wonderful place? You’re already there! Neurophilosophy gets reviewed for the first time: Neurophilosophy presents a unique opportunity to explore the many facets of the human condition with the guidance of a very well educated tour guide. From cannibalism to athleticism, “molecules, minds and everything in between,” Neurophilosophy offers us a look at…