Lumos Labs produces the popular brain training web and mobile app named Lumosity. With 60 million registered users, Lumosity is the world’s largest cognitive training service. To date, Lumos Labs has raised over $70M in funding, and the company significantly expanded its IP portfolio in 2014 through Read the rest of this entry »
Time for SharpBrains’ May e-newsletter, wrapping up this month’s key brain and mind studies, pervasive neurotechnology news, and brain fitness insights.
New report on innovation & IP:
Have a great month of June!
Hard Evidence We Can Slow Alzheimer’s By Exercising The Body And The Mind (Forbes):
“Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most feared diagnoses among patients…once the disease has been diagnosed, there is nothing modern medicine can do to stop it.
But it can be slowed, and a new study presented Read the rest of this entry »
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Time for our monthly eNewsletter tracking recent news and developments on how the neuroscience of cognition and emotions can inform education and health across the lifespan. Let us try to be as concise as possible, so you can spend as much time as possible connecting with your Loved Ones instead of with the World Wide Web.
Wishing you a wonderful end of 2011 and a happy and successful 2012!
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By: Alvaro Fernandez
July is shaping up to be a fascinating month, full of cognitive health research reports and applications. Here you have a roundup, covering food for the brain, cognitive assessments, mental training and DNA, and more.
1) Brain foods: the effects of nutrients on brain function (Nature Neuroscience)