The winners for the 2006 National Brain-Science Writing Prize have been announced with the full text of all the winning entries available online.
The first prize for a newspaper article written about the brain was awarded to Rebecca Poole for her article on false memories.
The first prize for an article written by a researcher was awarded to Dr Angelica Ronald for an article looking at the links between ADHD and autism.
The runners-up articles are on the website too, so wander over if you want some more quality neuroscience writing.
Link to 2006 National Brain-Science Writing Prize winners.