Mythos Memberships options
Academic institutions, whether state-owned or private, are classed as institutional members and access for staff (including active master’s and doctoral researchers) are included in the membership. However, student access is not provided.
Corporate tier members include privately and publicly traded companies working
on a not-for-profit and for-profit basis, but they are not classified as an academic institution.
Individual or Micro corporate
Individual and micro corporate tiers are provided for talented individuals and start-ups which are not part of larger corporate or academic settings.
Membership is run on an annual basis and will start on the 1st of January and end of the 31st of December for a given year. Your membership will automatically renew on the 1st of January unless cancellation is requested by November 30th. We have the right to not accept your membership request for any reason.
You must pay the membership fee annually to receive all benefits, and only qualified
members of staff may use the membership or you may forfeit your membership. We invite you to use the WaterCooler logo on your site using a high-resolution copy provided as part of your membership. Please do not take the logo directly from the site. You will be invoiced in
December for the upcoming year and must pay by the 14th of January. We reserve the right to change the membership fee or introduce additional fees before the start of your new membership subscription. You will be notified before renewal if this is the case. You will need to quote your PO number in our invoice and send it to us signed. Membership fees are exclusive of VAT which will be charged in addition.
Nothing in these terms is intended to, or shall be deemed to, establish any partnership or joint venture between WaterCooler Neuroscience or its owner Mythos Media Productions Ltd. or any member of WaterCooler Neuroscience or its owner Mythos Media Productions Ltd. All notices must be in writing by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. These terms and any disputes or claims arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter or formation are governed by and construed with the law of England. The courts of England have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim that arises out of or in connection with these terms or their subject matter or formation.