The journal NeuroCommons has been closed and is no longer accepting new submissions. A special issue on Building the NeuroCommons will soon be publishing in the journal Neuroinformatics.
Journal Closure Announcement
Aims and scope
NeuroCommons is dedicated to understanding how the brain functions, both in health and disease, and welcomes submissions from across the full breadth of the neurosciences. The journal provides a platform for researchers to share their basic research, experimental data, and related research outputs in an open and FAIR manner.
We’re aiming to not only communicate new research across the neurosciences but to systematically populate a robust, more data- and resource-driven commons on which to build further findings. Read about our mission.
All articles published with NeuroCommons are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication. Visit our OA funding and policy page.
We believe that open science and the free sharing of data will provide the fastest route to understanding the brain, acting as an accelerator for discovery. This belief underpins NeuroCommons’ guiding principles.
NeuroCommons supports “open by default” and expects all data, code, containers and workflows to be as open as possible.