He will tell the British Neuroscience Association today that legislation is also restricting clinical research into banned drugs such an cannabis and ecstasy.
What does BNA stand for?
BNA stands for British Neuroscience Association
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- Bonerate (SIL code, Sulawesi)
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- Botswana National Archives
- Botswana National Atlas
- Brand New Alliance (marketing)
- Brigade Nantaise Airsoft (French: Nantes Airsoft Squad; Nantes, France)
- Brighton Neighborhood Association
- British Naturalists' Association
- British Naturopathic Association
- British Newspaper Archive (resource; UK)
- British North America
- British Nursing Association
- Bruxelles Nous Appartient (French: Brussels Belongs to Us; cultural association; Brussels, Belgium)
- Buffalo Numismatic Association (est. 1927; Buffalo, NY)
- Bunch Note Acceptor (automated cash acceptor)
- Bureau de Normalisation de l'Automobile (French: Automotive Bureau of Standards)
- Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.
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Dr Reul presented his findings at the annual conference of the British Neuroscience Association and in the journal Experimental Neurology.
Kate Clark, who is doing a PhD at Newcastle after graduating from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) earlier this year, won the British Neuroscience Association undergraduate project prize for her third year project which involved the use of yeast as a metabolic model for the study of cancer therapeutics.
The British Neuroscience Association (BNA) described the decision by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) to slash expenditure to the field as a "desperate measure to balance the books".
The British Neuroscience Association, the Physiological Society and Sense About Science are concerned that some local authorities have promoted the exercise programme, called Brain Gym, in their schools.