The Journal is a free-access, multidisciplinary publication of the Indian Academy of Neurosciences that aims to cover new advances in Neurosciences.It provides a platform for papers that range from computational and experimental work in the neurosciences to those that fit the interface between experiments and clinic.The Journal accepts research papers as research articles, brief communications, reviews, commentaries, book reviews, molecular images, student's perspectives on published reports in the form of journal clubs and people and views.It also includes editorials on Policy which may include intellectual property.
“Drosophila, like the Brahmin, is born twice; first from the egg as a maggot, then from the pupa as an imago. In both its incarnations the fly behavior undergoes profound changes with age and experience. An important problem is to distinguish between innate and acquired behavior. This is difficult and, in several aspects, an unsettled issue. Understanding adaptive behavior and establishing its neural correlates is the focus of our group’s interest. As a part of this effort we are studying learning and memory in larva and imago.”
Memory based learning and rigorous practices have been the primary elements of ancient schools in India and the students could standardize things as per their subjects. In the West, the Greek physicians used to standardize the medicinal world. Hippocrates (460 BC) introduced and illustrated certain practices, which became the basis of modern medical science. The Hippocratic School of medicine revolutionized medicine in ancient Greece, establishing it as a discipline distinct from other fields that it had traditionally been associated with, thus establishing medicine as a profession.