Brain Matters is a student-run, university-published journal created by the Undergraduate Neuroscience Society (UNS) at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. The journal accepts papers and articles from undergraduates ranging across a diverse breadth of biological, psychological, and neurological topics, with special emphasis placed on the latter two. Written papers and articles are accepted for publication once the author has fulfilled the journal’s guidelines. Brain Matters strives to promote a neuroscience dialogue on campus, to compensate for the lack of a neuroscience major, as well as student networking and student research initiative.
Vol. 6 No. 2 (2023): Brain Matters
Brain Matters discusses all things neuroscience, psychology, and biology written by UIUC's very own. The journal welcomes all authors no matter their area of study or year, therefore, authors come from diverse backgrounds, from molecular and cellular biology & psychology, to computer science & engineering. This diversity allows volumes to have a wide range of articles. The journal is mainly written for the college community yet is accessible to anyone as Brain Matters is published in an Open Access format by the University Library at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.