Neuromart: Best Thing Since Sliced Brain

PhDs are useful for all kinds of things. Some people become faculty, others go into industry, and some decide to market ridiculously nerdtastic neurologically-based gifts via the internet. Sure, the latter kind may be rare, but a good idea is still a good idea. Welcome to Neuromart, online purveyors of parapanalia related to my favorite organ (the brain, of course!).

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From brain models (you always wanted one of your very own, didn't you?) to brain candy (the sweet stuff, not the Kids in the Hall movie), Neuromart is sure to keep the dopamine flowing.

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Does any one know if Neuromart still exists... can't find it.

By Kristine Kellar (not verified) on 03 Nov 2010 #permalink

I like the zombie hoodie.

I'm a big fan of Neuromart and have bought a few things there. I've found that the backwards clock is a big hit in my behavioral pharmacology office