New Neuroscience Carnival – The Synapse

The Synapse is a new neuroscience carnival. The first edition will appear on Pure Pedantry on June 25th, and the second two weeks later here on A Blog Around The Clock.
Anything involving the brain, nervous system, behavior and cognition is fair game for this carnival, from brand new research to historical studies, from pure basic science to applications in medicine or robotics. Please send the links for the first edition, including your name, your blog’s name and a short blurb about the post, to Jake at: jamesjyoung AT gmail DOT com.
Then, once your post appears in an edition of the carnival, you are eligible to become a host, so tell Jake on the above address and he’ll put you on the schedule. He is going to make a post that will serve as Homepage/Archives. All we need now is a really nifty logo, so if you have Photoshop talents, send your ideas to Jake as well.
BTW, it appears there is also a move to start a genetics carnival, which, should it become reality, should promptly lose the word “carnival” from its title. RPM (personal communication) has a great suggestion – “Mendel’s Garden”
Update: The genetics carnival has officially changed its name to Mendel’s Garden. The deadline for submissions is 11:59 pm on June 15. Use the Blog Carnival submission form.

One response to “New Neuroscience Carnival – The Synapse

  1. Thanks for the tip…consider it done and of course send any submissions to the newly renamed Mendel’s Garden.
    Tip of the telomere to RPM.
    Paul