mit.edu - Catherine Bailey and Adrian Madden. Catherine Bailey is a professor in the department of business and management at the University of Sussex in Brighton, U.K. Adrian Madden is a senior lecturer in the department of human resources and organizational behavior at the business school of the University of Greenwich in London.
We've all spent a minimum of a decade in formal education, so you'd think that in all that time, we'd have at least mastered the most basic principles of how to study efficiently. But study after study
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There's even more evidence that one type of exercise is the closest thing to a miracle drug that we have
• Aerobic exercise provides a ton of benefits, from a lift in mood to more toned muscles.• Some of the benefits can emerge within minutes, while others might take several days or weeks to crop up.• new
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Meet 'Professor X,' the AI genius who left his lab at Princeton to beat Uber, Google, and Intel at their own game
By the fall of that same year, Xiao, known as something of a risk-taker, had moved himself and his family from New Jersey to Silicon Valley, and raised some modest seed funding for his new startup focused
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Try these 60-minute “soft projects” to wrap up every day of the week. It’s 4 p.m. and you’re having a hard time focusing. So you stare at your computer and click in and out of lots of tabs. But when you
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