A new version of the MIT CogNet Cognitive Sciences resource is now available.  The new version presents a streamlined, easy to navigate interface that employs tabs for quick access to all sections of the resource, including the CogNet Library of full text reference materials, journals, conference abstracts and papers, and over 400 full text MIT Press books.  The easy to use search feature in CogNet also enables quick access to journal articles and the table of contents for books.

MIT CogNet is an in-depth and comprehensive source providing access to the preeminent resources for the brain and cognitive sciences research community.  In addition to the CogNet Library, CogNet contains unique information entered by registered users, such as news items, job listings, seminar announcements, calls for papers, and information on graduate programs in the cognitive sciences.   University of California researchers and students can register for free and contribute information to CogNet.