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When I first became editor of Cerebrum two years ago, I pitched an article about the effectiveness of brain games to my advisory board. Too soon, they suggested, because there aren’t enough good studies to support one. That struck me … Continue reading
School may be out, but that doesn’t mean the learning has to stop! Find fun science games and activities for kids at Brainy Kids Online.
The Wellcome Trust in London offers a new brain resource for teachers and students in the spring issue of their magazine “Big Picture.”
Test your trivia knowledge with this brain quote cryptogram, created by the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives.