Connecting European Neuroscience

Royal Society for Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

The Royal Society is pleased to offer a preferential price to all FENS members for a number of recent and upcoming issues of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (Phil Trans B).


All selected print titles below can be purchased at the special price of £35.00 (usual price: £59.50).

To claim this special offer price, please send an email to and quote the "FENS special offer discount".


Life history and learning: how the evolution of childhood, caregiving and old age shapes cognition, innovation, cooperation and culture

Key relationships between non-invasive functional neuroimaging and the underlying neuronal activity

Offline perception: voluntary and spontaneous perceptual experiences without matching external stimulation

Existence and prevalence of economic behaviours among non-human primates

Introduction to basal cognition: from microbes to nervous systems and everything in between

Foundations of cultural evolution

Reconstructing prehistoric languages

The Political Brain: neurocognitive and computational mechanisms underlying ideological behaviour

Vocal learning in animals and humans


Phil Trans B is the longest-running scientific journal in the world and publishes 26 issues per year on a diverse range of topics across the biological sciences. Each issue focuses on a research frontier that is advancing rapidly, often bridging traditional disciplines. Neuroscience is one of four key coverage areas of the journal.


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