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Send me your genes

I’m hosting the 16th edition of the genetics carnival Gene Genie on Sunday. If you’ve written something about genes or genetic diseases on your blog and would like to submit it, you can do so using this submission form.

Encephalon 31 online now

Dr. Deb Serani has just posted the 31st edition of Encephalon. The next edition will be hosted by GrrlScientist at Living the Scientific Life on September 24th. If you’d like to contribute, send your links to encephalon{dot} host{at}gmail{dot}com, or use this submission form.   Encephalon needs hosts from October 22nd onwards, so if you’d like…

Encephalon 30 @ Neurofuture

The final post at Neurofuture is a fantastic 30th edition of Encephalon, which, as usual, includes good stuff from the best neuroscience and psychology blogs on the web. The next edition of the carnival will be hosted by Dr. Deb Serani on September 10th. If you’d like to contribute, email permalinks to your neuroscience  or…

Encephalon 29

Head over to Memoirs of a Postgrad for the 29th edition of Encephalon. The 30th edition will be hosted at Neurofuture on 27th August. If you’d like to contribute, please email permalinks to your neuroscience/ psychology blog posts to encephalon{dot}host{at}gmail{dot}com, or use this submission form.

Encephalon 28

Encephalon #28 is now online at the Bohemian Scientist‘s blog. The next edition will be hosted at Memoirs of a Postgrad on August 13th. If you’d like to contribute, send permalinks to your neuroscience or psychology blog posts to encephalonb.hoat{at}gmail{dot{com}, or use this submission form. 

Encephalon 27

The 27th edition of Encephalon is online now at The Neurocontrarian. The next edition will be hosted by the Bohemian Scientist on 30th July. If you’d like to contribute, send your links to encephalon{dot}host{at}gmail{dot}com.

Encephalon 26

Welcome to the 26th edition of Encephalon, the neuroscience blogging carnival. Encephalon #1 was posted almost exactly a year ago at my WordPress blog, so this edition marks the carnival’s first anniversary. First, let me draw your attention to two new neuroscience blogs. Both authors are researchers who use neuroimaging. Jon Bardin, from the fMRI…