This is part six of nine of the NERS poll of the year, in which you good people tell me your favourite stories of the year, as covered in this blog, through the medium of button-clicking. Each poll features a specific scientific discipline, and today neuroscience craves your attention. Your choices:
Guerrilla reading - what former revolutionaries tell us about the neuroscience of literacy
Why information is its own reward - same neurons signal thirst for water, knowledge
How wearing a cast affects sense of touch and brain activity
What's your favourite neuroscience story of the year from this blog?