The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Neuroscience will provide a link to a world of reliable, vetted reference content.
Scientists like yourselves are key in shaping the future of Oxford Research Encyclopedias. Through your recommendations, site feedback, and contributions, the ORE of Neuroscience will develop into a vital resource, designed to deliver comprehensive, continuously updated articles.
The OREs are a transformation in Oxford’s approach to reference: accessible content by scholars, for scholars.
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The Future of the OREs
- Led by S. Murray Sherman, the ORE of Neuroscience features distinguished figures in neuroscience study committed to maintaining the highest standards in academic publishing.
- Hundreds of authoritative overview articles on a range of key topics in Neuroscience form a foundation of established ideas within the discipline and are freely accessible for months as they are commissioned
- Each article features in-line citations, seamlessly leading users to the publication details of a referenced work. Links to other resources and related articles carry the user on a seamless journey through relevant content. The traditional print reference model offers static content, without evolving as research and discoveries develop. Oxford is looking to reinvent that model with continuously updated content, infused with the insight of today's top experts.
- We are working continuously to expand the ORE of Neuroscience through 2016. Visit the About page to read about the progress and plans you can expect to see in the future, as summaries and full text articles are released.
- Visit oxfordre.com: for more information on forthcoming releases in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia Program.