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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2003.1.3.17

Is a New Physics Necessary? NeuroQuantology: closing the great divide



As we enter the next millennium, neuroscience and quantum physics are trying to define their future roles. We trace the emergence of neuroscience over last two decades that has informed both disciplines. The ambivalent relationship between neuroscience and quantum physics is also reflected in the history of training requirements for both fields. Recent advances in neuroscience that have compelled paradigmatic shifts within both disciplines include further understanding of the inseparability of the mind and brain.


Neuroscience; physics; quantum physics; neuroquantology

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