The goal of the Journal is as a forum for the interdisciplinary field of neural engineering where neuroscientists, neurobiologists and engineers can publish their work in one periodical that bridges the gap between neuroscience and engineering.

The scope of the Journal encompasses experimental, computational, theoretical, clinical and applied aspects of
brain-machine (computer) interface
neural interfacing
neural prostheses
neural control
neuromechanical systems
optical neural engineering
neural circuits: artificial & biological
neuromorphic engineering
neural tissue regeneration
neural signal processing
theoretical and computational neuroscience
systems neuroscience
translational neuroscience
Descriptions of original scientific research, techniques and applications; not normally more than 12 000 words (14 journal pages). All research papers should show strong evidence validating the scientific hypothesis, or the novelty, performance or comparative advantage of the technique or application
Shorter versions of Papers and not normally more than 4000 words (4 journal pages).
Topical reviews
Intended to summarize accepted practice and report on recent progress in selected areas; generally commissioned by the Editorial Board, from experts in various fields.
Comments and replies
Comments on, or criticisms of, previously published work or comments on general scientific matters; not normally more than 1800 words (2 journal pages).
Special requirements
Authors of all articles are required upon submission to disclose any potential conflict of interest (e.g. employment, consulting fees, industrial research contracts, stock ownership, equity interests, patent-licensing arrangements, honoraria, etc) in their covering letter. If the article is subsequently accepted for publication, this information should be included in an acknowledgments section. Authors should also note that the journal fully endorses the principles embodied in the Declaration of Helsinki. All investigations involving humans must be conducted in accordance with these principles and in accordance with local statutory requirements. Articles relying on clinical trials should quote the trial registration number at the end of the abstract. We also encourage the registration of such studies in a public trials registry prior to publication of the results in the journal. All investigations involving animal experimentation must be conducted in conformity with the ‘Guiding Principles for Research Involving Animals and Human Beings’ as adopted by The American Physiological Society.
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ISSN: 1741-2560

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