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Alzheimer's disease: Online brain training 'improves daily lives of over-60s'

Researchers discover that cognitive training‬‬ can help with tasks such as using public transport, shopping, cooking and managing finances<p>Playing online games that exercise reasoning and memory skills could have major benefits for older people, a wide-scale study has found.<p>Researchers at King's …

The Brain

Gourmet Chocolate Shop And Candy Store – Buy Online

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Florida QB Will Grier suspended for banned substances, and a successful appeal is unlikely

We spoke with multiple athletic department officials about the Gators quarterback.<p>Florida quarterback Will Grier was suspended for 365 days Monday after failing an NCAA drug test for a banned substance.<p>That part of the punishment is straightforward. Barring a successful appeal, Grier cannot play …

College Sports

Varsity Math: Week One

<i>From the National Museum of Mathematics</i><p>Welcome! We’d like you to be a member of our new math squad.<p>Each week, Coach Newton will pose some tough training sessions to get your mind in fighting shape. There will be challenges at three levels: Freshman, Junior Varsity and Varsity, the toughest of all.</i> …

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Learning the Anatomy of Mezcal with Montelobos

There was once a time when all agave-distilled spirits were called mezcal. Tequila was simply a regionally specific iteration. As much for preservation as it was for marketing purposes, laws were put into place that ultimately made tequila and its production distinct—and cast everything else as …

Alcohol

7 surprising facts that can help you learn anything faster

But some people keep studying — and thinking — the same way all their lives.<p>Thankfully, cognitive science has taken a look at how people actually learn. The results are surprising and super helpful.

Assange: The Untold Story of an Epic Struggle for Justice

<i>As August 20 approaches, another chapter in the Julian Assange case is set to unfold. John Pilger explains.</i><p><b>Author’s Note:</b> <i>This is an updated version</i> …

How to restore an Android phone when you forget the unlock code

We need codes for everything nowadays. It’s good to keep all our data secure, but this cluster of random words, letters and characters makes it hard to keep track of all our security credentials. I can’t tell you how often I have to reset my passwords, and I have even been known to forget my …

Android News

Fresh details about Samsung’s biggest phone ever have leaked online

The leaks appeared on Droid Life, which says numerous sources familiar with the matter sent it fresh details about the Galaxy Note 5.<p>According to the leaks, the Galaxy Note 5 will have:<p>A dockable S Pen stylus.<br>• A 3,000mAh battery.<br>• 4GB of RAM.<br>• 32GB, 64GB, or 128GB of storage.<p>If true, the Galaxy Note 5 …

FBI Struggles to Fill Information Security Jobs, Finds DOJ Audit

The FBI is struggling to fill jobs in information security, finds an audit recently published by the U.S. Department of Justice.

Information Security

Gardening: 7 drought-resistant plants you can grow

Brent Hine of UBC Botanical Gardens says these plants are built to handle heat, lack of water<p>With high temperatures, drought and water restrictions …

How to turn your phone into a 3D hologram projector

Follow these simple steps to turn your smartphone into a 3D hologram projector<p>Ever wondered how to make a 3D hologram? Follow these simple steps to create a simple hologram using your smartphone, via YouTuber Mrwhosetheboss.<p>The video author used his smartphone and basic household materials to …

Augmented Reality

Antidepressants May be Worsening Depression, Not Treating it

For years we’ve been told that depression is caused by low serotonin levels in the brain. <b>Now, a leading professor of psychiatry is warning that</b> …

Sometimes the Memory Exercises Itself

The usual cries spring forth from our throats, the cries for help from others only when we are certain that they are not, in fact, others. When we choose to stay away from this for that, only then do we begin to gamble on what has passed for what is yet to come. We lose control of our minds in …

Alzheimer's Disease

A neuroscience approach to innovative thinking and problem solving

Allocating work time to experiment and cultivating a ‘fail fast’ culture have been hailed by many organisations as ways to foster innovative thinking …

Sleep Sharpens Our Ability To Recall Memories And Information, Study Finds

Last-minute swotting for an exam before going to bed might be a good tactic for students, according to new research on the benefits of "sleeping on …

'It's time to make sure research is understandable to all'

In a world swamped with information, the public need access to both research results and the context to understand them, writes James Connington<p>The amount of information available at our fingertips today is beyond comprehension. According to IBM, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data get created every day, …

Ray Rice deserves second chance, says anti-violence group

The co-founders of A Call To Men, a national organization that encourages men to end violence against women, are advocating that former Ravens …

The Hidden Danger Of Marijuana Edibles

The death of 19 year old Levy Thamba Pongi, a Wyoming exchange student from the Republic of Congo visiting Colorado in March of 2014, who ate a marijuana cookie, deserves special mention in light of the growing trend toward legalization of recreational marijuana in the U.S.<p>It offers a stark …

Cannabis

New Technology Lets Scientists Easily Rewrite Living Organisms' Genetic Code

Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V.<p>With a few easy tweaks, scientists can cut-and-paste DNA inside living cells, thanks to a promising new technique that could make …

A Brief History Of Science Gone Mad

Two of this summer’s sci-fi movies share one of Hollywood’s oldest obsessions--the inherent risk of unchecked genius. Here’s how this trope has evolved through the decades.<p><i>Metropolis</i> (1927)<p><b>Scientist:</b> C.A. Rotwang<p><b>Hubris:</b> Builds a robot to replace the woman who rebuffed him and later died<p><b>Comeuppance:</b> …

Solar Plane Completes Most Dangerous Leg of Epic Flight

Experimental aircraft finishes longest stretch in voyage around the world.<p>The solar-powered plane known as Solar Impulse 2 has cleared the most dangerous leg of its voyage around the world, landing safely on the Hawaiian island of Oahu on Friday morning. The plane had taken off from Nagoya, Japan, …

Week's Best Space Pictures: Pluto Reveals a Freckled Face

In the latest pictures from space, galactic sparklers and smoke that blankets the eastern United States.<p>Feed your need for "heavenly" views of the universe with our picks of the most awe-inspiring space pictures. This week, researchers capture massive orbs blasting stardust and pluto reveals two …

SEC program on the rise: Tennessee

Tennessee's days as an SEC afterthought are nearly over. Butch Jones' Volunteers are the easy choice as the conference's program that will rise …

Astronomers Glimpse Very First Stars in the Universe

Bright galaxy is home to huge, superhot early stars that lived fast and died young.<p>Peering to the edge of the visible cosmos with some of the most powerful telescopes on the planet, astronomers have detected light from the very first generation of stars to emerge after the big bang.<p>These behemoths …