This year, The American Journal of Bioethics will be expanding its publications rate from 6 to 12 annual issues. As part of this increased frequency three issues per year will be dedicated to neuroethics. These issues will be called AJOB Neuroscience, and are edited by the tireless Judy Illes. The inaugural issue has just been published and contains two editorial papers – one by Illes and one by Antonio Damasio – in addition to two target papers with lots of commentary: “The neurobiology of addiction” by Steven Hyman (the first president of The Neuroethics Society); and “Personhood and neuroscience” by Martha Farah and Andrea Heberlein. You can find Illes’ editorial plus a lot of other papers on her website. So, now there is two major outlets for academic neuroethics literature: The Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience and AJOB Neuroscience. Pretty amazing!