Welcome to the updated Neuroscience Community!

We are incredibly pleased to welcome the updated Neuroscience Community to the Nature Portfolio and Springer Nature Communities.
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Welcome to the updated Neuroscience Community!
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As of today, we are very pleased to share that the former npj Science of Learning Community has expanded to create a new Neuroscience Community, which will provide an ongoing hub for all areas of Neuroscience and related research.

This update recognises the diversity of neuroscience-related research already being shared across the Community, and will now encompass a wider range of research from across all areas of neuroscience, as well as showcase even more 'Behind the Paper' stories, news, updates, and experiences from researchers and editors in the field.

What does this mean for you?

Your profile and content will remain on the site, and there is nothing you need to do to continue to explore the latest research and grow your networks. As before, you can view and update your profile through your account drop-down in the top right corner.

Exploring other Communities 

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. You can join as many Communities as you wish – whether that be just those related to your field of research, or all of those that discuss topics that interest you – that may even be all of them!

If you’re looking for other content related to educational research, we would especially encourage you to join the Behavioural and Social Sciences Community. You are also welcome to get in touch with the team if you have any questions.

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