What happens in the brain when your phone dings?

24-08-2019

It can be surprising how much something small affects the brain. Take the example of getting a notification on your phone. How do...

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News in Alzheimer’s research

17-08-2019

In the brain of a person with Alzheimer’s, there are two forms of damaging proteins: amyloid plaques and tau tangles. Now, scient...

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Why study bee brains?

16-08-2019

A recent study has shown that although they have tiny brains, bees can match symbols (like “4”) to quantities. The researchers ar...

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ADHD and motivation

12-08-2019

Most children have things they’d much rather be doing than homework and chores. But they also have the ability to put those thing...

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No classes today 05 August!

05-08-2019

Dear Parents and Students, Owing to the difficulty for everyone to go around town today, ALL CLASSES ARE CANCELLED TODAY Monday 5...

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The Brain and Gut team up to tell us when to drink water

03-08-2019

How do we know when to drink more water—so we don’t suffer from dehydration—and when to drink less—so we don’t overhydrate? Scien...

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Typhoon Wipha and opening hours

31-07-2019

Dear Parents and Students, Typhoon Wipha forces us to close all our centres! ALL CLASSES THIS AFTERNOON ARE CANCELLED! Stay home....

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Typhoon Wipha and opening hours

31-07-2019

Dear Students and Parents, Our centers remain open this afternoon and as long as the Hong Kong Observatory doesn’t raise th...

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It’s not “just” Alzheimer’s

27-07-2019

For years, researchers have been seeking a cure for Alzheimer’s. In doing so, much of their effort have been focused on the hallm...

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