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Lumosity Says Columbians are the 61st Smartest Students

Lumosity analyzed various colleges and universities in a study designed to test “the cognitive performance of their students.” Its study used the voluntary game scores of 89,699 college users to create a “Grand Index score,” which Lumosity then ranked by institution. Topping the list were MIT, Harvard, and Stanford, while Columbia interestingly came in at […]

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Bwoglines: Dystopian Edition

Collectivism might not be quite the way to go, but using money as an incentive is making us poor problem solvers. (Nature Blogs) Remember, remember, the fifth of November: David Cameron comes under fire for attempting to make the UK a police state. (LA Times) Congenital birth defects may soon be a thing of the […]

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