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Cephalopods Can Rewrite RNA Genes To Produce Proteins That Raise Intelligence [VIDEO]

Apr 11, 2017 AM EDT Cephalopods live fast and die young. RNA editing help them gain more knowledge about environmental adaptability.

The Mental Benefits of Art in Improving Intelligence

Jan 08, 2017 AM EST Here are the ways by which art can improve a person's intelligence.

Scientifically-Proven Signs That you are Smarter than you Think

Nov 28, 2016 PM EST If you think you are not smart enough, here are science-backed proofs that you are actually smarter than you think.

Taking Up These Hobbies Can Make you Smarter

Nov 25, 2016 AM EST If you think that there's nothing you can do to enhance your intelligence, here are some basic hobbies you can take to actually make you smarter.

Ever Wondered Why Some Smart People Still Fail? Here’s Why

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST Even smart people lose and experience failures and if ever you wondered why, here are the reasons.

Baby Geniuses: 10 Youngest College Students Of All Time – Part 2

Sep 13, 2016 AM EDT Check out these young geniuses.

Baby Geniuses: 10 Youngest College Students Of All Time – Part 1

Sep 09, 2016 PM EDT FIve child prodigies.

All About Mensa: Test Questions And What It Takes To Join

Jul 27, 2016 AM EDT Do you have what it takes to join Mensa?

Menstrual Pain Slows Down Accuracy and Intelligence in Women, Study

Apr 15, 2014 AM EDT Besides causing discomfort, pain, nausea, and cramping, period pain is also found to make women less accurate and less intelligent than when they are not in pain, according to a new University of Bath ...

Early Development of Intellectual Skills Linked To Heavy Drinking in Adulthood, Study

Sep 14, 2013 AM EDT Children with faster verbal development are more likely to become heavy drinkers as adults, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Helsinki in Finland.

Early Development of Intellectual Skills Linked To Heavy Drinking in Adulthood, Study

Sep 14, 2013 AM EDT Children with faster verbal development are more likely to become heavy drinkers as adults, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Helsinki in Finland.

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