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As men­tioned a few days ago via our e-newslet­ter, and regard­less of pol­i­tics, sev­en and a half bil­lion peo­ple con­tin­ue to have unique and pre­cious human brains and minds.

Please con­sid­er join­ing the 105 par­tic­i­pants reg­is­tered already for the upcom­ing 2016 Sharp­Brains Vir­tu­al Sum­mit: Rein­vent­ing Brain Health in the Dig­i­tal Age (Decem­ber 6–8th). We’d love to count on your per­spec­tive, and your organization’s. Please come learn and dis­cuss with many experts and inno­va­tors such as Read the rest of this entry »

Not every brain is or needs exactly the same: A sur­vey of pri­or­i­ties across geog­ra­phy and age


Beyond the US col­lege student’s brain: A sur­vey of pri­or­i­ties across geog­ra­phy and age from Sharp­Brains

–> Learn more & Reg­is­ter to par­tic­i­pate at the upcom­ing 2016 Sharp­Brains Vir­tu­al Sum­mit: Rein­vent­ing Brain Health (Decem­ber 6–8th, 2016)

5 ideas to help knowledge workers increase lifelong learning and productivity

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Some apps aim to help you train spe­cif­ic brain func­tions, such as work­ing mem­o­ry. Oth­ers are meant to help you main­tain spe­cif­ic skills, such as use­ful field of view for safe dri­ving. But sup­pose you are read­ing a very insight­ful book and need to mas­ter some of its knowl­edge gems.

What kind of app might you use? Read the rest of this entry »

A new type of cognitive science think tank

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The recent­ly crowd­fund­ed project The Think Tank is “an art+science team-up between artists and sci­en­tists from Tyler Alterman’s lab. Togeth­er we will trans­form a recy­cled box truck into a ful­ly func­tion­ing lab with a glow­ing pink brain on top. The result: a lit­er­al and metaphor­i­cal vehi­cle for empow­er­ing the pub­lic with cog­ni­tive sci­ence.…”

They are host­ing a fun-look­ing gala & ben­e­fits event on June 18th at CUNY in NYC. You can learn more Here (opens 2-minute YouTube video). If you’re in NYC and can attend, we hope you enjoy it!

Sharp­Brains is donat­ing 12 copies of our brand-new brain book to con­tribute to a great cause.

From Anti-Alzheimer’s “Magic Bullets” to True Brain Health

If you fol­lowed lat­est head­lines sur­round­ing the release of the Nation­al Alzheimer’s Plan, you’d prob­a­bly con­clude that the like­ly solu­tion to main­tain life­long brain health is sim­ple: sim­ply wait until 2025 for a “mag­ic bul­let” to be dis­cov­ered, to cure (or end or pre­vent) Alzheimer’s dis­ease and aging asso­ci­at­ed cog­ni­tive decline. These kinds of beliefs, often rein­forced by doc­tors and adver­tis­ing, may explain the bil­lions spent today by phar­ma com­pa­nies on dis­cov­er­ing new com­pounds, and by con­sumers on sup­ple­ments like gink­go bilo­ba. But Read the rest of this entry »

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