About Nature Portfolio Neuroscience Community
Nature Portfolio Neuroscience Community is an online community for Neuroscientists. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
The Neuroscience Community is just one of the Nature Portfolio and Springer Nature Communities, a series of community blogs that bring together those interested in a broad area of research, where you can explore the latest research findings, generate discussion with your peers and explore the news and opinions that matter to you.
NeruonlineNeuronline is SfN’s (Society for Neuroscience) home for learning and discussion. Whether you're looking to build soft skills like networking or communicating in the workplace, explore career paths, view scientific research articles, or find out how to increase faculty diversity, you'll find various perspectives and advice on Neuronline. And those are just some of the topics. Check them all out here.
Flow Neuroscience Official Community
on facebookWelcome to the Flow Neuroscience Official Community! This is the official space for Flow users to come together, connect and stay informed. Our community is designed to unite and facilitate discussions - it isn't a support channel.
NITRC CommunityWelcome to the NITRC Community
NeurReps Slack Workspace
on slackThe NeurReps Slack Workspace is here to build community at the intersection of applied geometry, deep learning, and neuroscience.
on slackTo become a practical reality, brain technology needs to be supported by a diverse and dynamic community of experts, entrepreneurs, and enthusiasts. NeuroTechX is a connector of this community and a facilitator of important and inclusive conversations about the future of neurotechnology.
Black In Neuro
on slackBlack In Neuro is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to diversify the neurosciences by building a community that celebrates and empowers Black scholars and professionals in neuroscience-related fields.
EDGE Neuroscience & Art e.V.
on slackOur community is made up of over 50 international and interdisciplinary scientists, artists, and members of the public who regularly participate in our events, including meetups, workshops, and exhibitions.