I want to share an interdisciplinary quantum neurophysics (NeuroQuantology) journal with you. NeuroQuantology supporting the interdisciplinary exploration of the nature of quantum physics and its relation to the nervous system.
NeuroQuantology (2001) is first and foremost a new scientific discipline, just like neuroanatomy (1895), neurobiology (1910), neuroendocrinology, neurochemistry (1920-25), neuropharmacology (1950), neurophilosophy (1989), and neurotheology (1994).
Since 2003, neuroscience and quantum physics have been growing together by examining two main topics. One of these is the problem of measurement in quantum mechanics. The measurement problem has brought many other still unanswered questions in its train.
The other main topic of NeuroQuantology is quantum neurobiology: that is, the brain operates not only at a classical, macroscopic level, but also at a quantum, microscopic level. It covers the question of where this level begins and whether it has a bearing on our consciousness, mind, memory and decision-making processes. The first people to suggest that quantum mechanics could operate in biology, even though they were the godfathers of quantum mechanics (Niels Bohr, Erwin Schödinger, Walter Heitler, and Max Delbrück), now after 110 years have passed have been squeezed into quantum mechanics and the physics and chemistry of solid, dead matter. Thus, the biological structures that are taught from primary school are made up of physical and chemical structures. Incomprehensibly, there has been resistance for a century to quantum biology. NeuroQuantology provides the motivation to break down this resistance and open a new door to quantum neurobiology.
The journal was first published on 2003. It is indexed (2008) in the Scientific Citation Index.http://science.thomsonreuters.com/cg...euroquantology
Journal web sitehttp://www.neuroquantology.com/journ...x.php/nq/index
Also, journal have interdisciplinary repository, e-print archive with different subject and topics. his includes digital copies of journal articles, book section, monograph, conference or workshop item, thesis, video, audio, teaching resource.http://www.neuroquantology.com/repos...obi2&Itemid=66