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NeuroQuantology Latest Issue, September 2014, Volume 12; 3

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Posted: 2014-09-29

NeuroQuantology Issue, June 2014, Volume 12; 2

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Posted: 2014-06-19

Assigning DOI numbers to each of our articles published since 2003

We are now complying with CrossRef regulations and will add a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) number to each of our articles published since 2003. What is a DOI? Similar to a bar code for a physical object, a DOI is a unique alphanumeric string assigned to a digital object, such as an electronic journal, article, report, or thesis. Each DOI is unique and serves as a stable, persistent link to the full-text of an electronic item on the Internet. Unlike a URL, a DOI doesn't change over time; even if the item moves to a new location, the DOI stays the same. After joining CrossRef, we have given a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) for journal as prefix: 10.14704. All published items in NeuroQuantology, including those in back articles (2003-2013) assigned a DOI number.  
Posted: 2014-01-18 More...

Conferences and Conclusions at the Year's Close


As we head towards the end of the year, it is a good time to reflect back on the most important stories and developments of the last twelve months, particularly in the light of the recent conference held by the Society for Neuroscience, which clearly demonstrated some of the ways in which the field is changing and growing. At the same time, our thoughts may also turn towards the year ahead and the new questions and breakthroughs that it may bring.
Posted: 2013-12-14 More...

NeuroQuantology December, 2013 Published

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Posted: 2013-12-14

From Photosynthesis and Magnetoception to Psychopathology, Free Will and Consciousness: Advances in Quantum Biology and Questions for the Future

Over the ten years that NeuroQuantology has been operating, significant strides have been made in advancing our understanding of quantum processes in the biological world, but despite these advances, many questions remain unanswered, particularly when it comes to NeuroQuantology (NeuroScience + QuantumPhysics) and the hard problem of consciousness, leaving many mysteries to be explored over the next ten years. The last decade has produced some significant work showing how quantum effects can occur in biological systems, with advances in three areas utilizing three of the key ideas from quantum physics having been particularly prominent in the media, although often with a certain amount of controversy.  
Posted: 2013-11-12 More...
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