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Myths and unknowns about chess and the contenders for the World...

Alexey W. Root, University of Texas at Dallas If Fabiano Caruana wins the World Chess Championship match against champion Magnus Carlsen this month, he will...

Improving the lives of those with dementia – by using memories...

Michael Ego, University of Connecticut Dementia can be caused by a number of diseases, but the most common is Alzheimer’s, which affects 5.7 million people...

Test-driving the brain could reveal early signs of Alzheimer’s

By Brian Murphy, Queen's University Belfast In some ways the human brain is like a well-oiled car engine, purring along without being noticed, until something...

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