Connecting European Neuroscience

Neuroscience resources available online

06 August, 2020 in FENS News

FENS is compiling a list of online resources intended to help the neuroscience community cope with the global situation in the best way. This is a collaborative list: please send us any educational materials, online events, platforms and other tools that you think useful. (Last update: 6 August 2020)

FENS is compiling a list of online resources intended to help the neuroscience community cope with the current situation. These initiatives can include educational materials, online events, platforms and other tools useful in these difficult times. They are listed below.

 

We are calling our community to help us collect as many useful resources as possible:

for an upcoming event, please add it directly to the FENS calendar, by selecting 'Virtual event'. For "city", please enter 'n.a' and for "country", please fill in with the organiser's country. Add your event here.

for any other resources, please send us an email with the subject “Online neuroscience resources” and we will add it to this list.

 

Upcoming events & webinars

  • Forupcoming virtual events, please check the FENS Calendar for "virtual meetings" 

 

Past events available online

Resources - Institutions:

Resources - Organisations

  • British Neuroscience Association written resources about the science of the brain and nervous system
  • Core competencies in neuroscience graduate training (developed by FENS and SfN)
  • IBRO has listed online resources for training, fabrication & communication which focus on the Maker’s movement. Custom code, building plans, 3D-print files & more to create essential laboratory equipment and implement analysis routines. 
  • INCF Training Space: a training space dedicated to neuro education, with online resources, full courses and tools
  • Neuronline (Society for Neuroscience - free access for all FENS members)
  • The Educated Brain resources for policy and practice (University of Cambridge with the support of the Economic and Social Research Council)
  • Resources - Other

  • The Berlin Institute of Health has put together a very useful list of educational resources to make the best out of the corona break which includes topics such as managing data, improving peer review skills, trying out systematic reviews and meta analyses, …
  • Wiley offers free access to support educators, researchers and professionals
  • Advice and insights from BNA members to help the neuroscience community get through this challenging situation.
  • Working remotely:
  • see some suggestions for online tools here
  • If you are a user of the videoconferencing tool zoom, they have put together useful training resources (demos, tutorials etc)
  • How to transition your courses online
  • Useful tools to help you communicate your science
  • Crastina.se
  • Designing your poster
  • Create professional science figures: www.biorender.com

European Journal of Neuroscience (free access for all FENS members)

Neuroscience, IBRO's society journal

JNeurosci, Society for Neuroscience's society journal

JoVE, all videos free until 15 June 2020

Brain and Neuroscience Advances (British Neuroscience Association society open access journal)

Specialised websites and channels

Resources on dedicated topics

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Help us collect as many useful resources as possible: please send us an email with the subject “Online neuroscience resources” and we will add it to this list.

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