New Tools for Neurobiology
Guest Editors: Michael Stryker, Mu-ming Poo, Joshua Sanes, Leslie Vosshall
New tools are transforming Neurobiology, both in the way experiments are being done and the questions they are addressing.
For this series BMC Biology have invited reviews, Q&As and commentaries on new methods of observation and analysis that are enhancing our understanding of the complex workings of the brain.
We will consider methodology manuscripts that report a new method or technique of broad interest, or a significant improvement on an existing method that will accelerate discovery. Research manuscripts that bring fresh insights through the use of recently developed methods will also be considered.
Papers in our Registered Reports format will also be welcomed.
Please use the online submission system, and indicate in your covering letter that you would like the manuscript to be considered for the “New Tools in Neurobiology” series. If you would like to inquire about the suitability of a manuscript for consideration, please email a pre-submission inquiry to BMCBiologyEditorial@biomedcentral.com
Image adapted from Q&A by Ed Boyden and colleagues in this series; originally published by Macmillan Publishers Ltd: Nature Biotechnology, copyright 2016, and adapted with permission