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Top 100 Mental Health & Psychology blogs

This blog is included in a list of Top 100 Mental Health and Psychology Blogs, compiled by a site called Online University Reviews. The list is divided into a number of categories – general, cognitive and forensic psychology, psychiatry, neuroscience, addiction, anxiety, autism, bipolar disorder and depression. Many of the sites listed are already on…

Science Blogging conference update

The Science Blogging Conference will be held at the Royal Institution, 21 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BS, on August 30th, 2008. According to the organizers, the event has now reached its attendance capacity, but if you’d like to be placed on the waiting list, send an email to network[at], with the subject line ‘Science blogging…

Neuroscience blogs

A few neuroscience blogs I’ve come across recently, most of them new: V1 Dr. Shock Frontal Blogotomy Neuronism NeuroTechnica NeuroWhoa! Persistent Activity

ScienceBlogs reader survey & new blog

You’ve probably noticed the yellow banner ads at the top of the page. They’re advertising a reader survey being conducted by ScienceBlogs at the moment. The survey is open to everyone and if you fill it out – it’ll take about 10 minutes – you’ll be in with a chance of winning a 40Gb iPod,…


I don’t have internet access where I’m working at the moment, hence the lack of updates this week. For the same reason, blogging is likely to be intermittent for the next week or two. During that time, I’ll be doing some background reading about potential research projects for the final year of my Masters. I…

One year on ScienceBlogs

It’s been exactly one year since I moved to In that time, I’ve written 540 posts which have generated over half a million page views and about 1,800 comments. Below is a brief summary of other blog stats, including my top ten posts and referrers.

Science Blogging 2008 London Conference

The folks at Nature Network have organized the Science Blogging 2008 Conference, which will take place on Saturday, August 30th at the Royal Institution in London. The programme for the event was put online earlier today. I’ll be moderating this discussion between Anna Kushnir, Jenny Rohn and Grrl Scientist: Mistrust of scientists is common, and…

El increible caso de Phineas Gage

The incredible case of Phineas Gage has now been translated into Spanish.

New neuro blogs

Here are some more new members of the ever-growing online neuroscience community: The Brain and the Sky Illusion Sciences N-Cog-Neato! Neurophilia Neurotonics

My post about overturned neuroscientific dogmas has been translated into Polish by Jedrzej Kaminski, the author of a blog called Neurotyk. This isn’t the first time that something I’ve written has been translated into another language. Last year, my post about Phineas Gage was translated into Italian.