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Do the brains of ‘super-agers’ hold insights for the rest of us?

Scientists in search of treatments for cognitive decline study why some people remain sharp as they get older.

Harvard mathematician answers 150-year-old chess problem

Puzzle of attacking queens first appeared in a German magazine in the 19th century. It took Michael Simkin five years to (mostly) solve it.

‘Sorry to interrupt,’ the women kept saying. Here’s why it matters.

Differences in how male and female students behave in the classroom may affect grading, according to researchers.

Scrap the big new year’s resolutions

Self-improvement doesn’t need to be painful, especially during a pandemic. Rather than set yet another gym goal, look inward, retrain your brain, and get outside, says Hirotaka Takeuchi.

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