NEWS DIGEST 11.09.2021: Man. Utd. football news and other stories

Good morning and happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all those celebrating. Today’s news comes from Facebook. Manchester United midfielder Fred has hailed Cristiano Ronaldo as an ‘amazing player’ and revealed the Portuguese’s impact in training has already been felt. Ronaldo completed … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 11.09.2021: Man. Utd. football news and other stories

BRAIN MATTERS 2015: Online conference to explore the neuroscience of genius coming this November

If you have ever wondered what made the minds of the world’s most intelligent people tick, and what really goes on underneath of the bonnets of famous geniuses such as Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, a new online conference will aim to help you unravel the mysteries of superintelligence this November. The new conference, which will come with a unique ‘brain training library’ will also enable people to tap into their own hidden geniuses and steal the march on the science boffin that scored all the high grades back in school. The Brain Matters 2015 conference, staged in the United … Continue reading BRAIN MATTERS 2015: Online conference to explore the neuroscience of genius coming this November

A TODDLER’S INGENUITY: My niece’s hairband bangles – art of a mini-genius

By Vijay Shah It is not commonplace to think of toddlers as being smart, and certainly not as being highly creative. For an average tot, the apex of creativity is a paper or wall plastered with scribbles or a misshapen Lego tower that soon gets demolished as the child decides to go on a running rampage. Give a party of pre-schoolers a pack of felt-tips and you will soon need a new lick of paint for every wall in the house. Lego: the multicoloured building equipment favoured by tiny construction engineers the world over Only a few days ago, my … Continue reading A TODDLER’S INGENUITY: My niece’s hairband bangles – art of a mini-genius