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Can you build a better brain?

This would be a whole lot easier—this quest for ways to improve our brain—if scientists understood the mechanisms of intelligence even half as well as they do the mechanisms of,…

College help-desk services lagging in tech use

University help-desk services need a technological makeover, according to a recent report that shows students and faculty at seven out of 10 schools can’t hold online chats with their campus…

College students more likely to tweet

College students aren’t flocking to Twitter, but they’ve proven more likely to type the 140-character updates than most demographic groups, especially teenagers and young adults.…

How Twitter use has changed, from 2009 to 2010

It's been a good year for Twitter, and not merely because the company announced yesterday it has secured another huge round of funding, reports ReadWriteWeb. …

Early applicants more likely to gain college admission

High school seniors who apply to college early--through "Early Decision" or "Early Action" programs with fall deadlines--are more likely to receive admission letters than those who apply using the regular…

Adults blame parents for education problems

Blaming teachers for low test scores, poor graduation rates and the other ills of American schools has been popular lately, but a new survey wags a finger closer to home,…

Few U.S. adults use Twitter–but those who tweet, tweet often

Seems like just about everyone's tweeting these days, but a new survey finds that for now, only 8 percent of adults in the U.S. are using Twitter, reports AOL news.…

Poll: Public blames grad rates on college students

The public pins most of the blame for poor college graduation rates on students and their parents and gives a pass to colleges, government officials and others, a new Associated…

Tech jobs took hit in 2009, report says

Jobs in technology, like those in virtually every other sector, took a big hit in 2009, according to a report released on Wednesday that is based on the most recent…

Surge in US students of Arabic: study

According to the AFP, Arabic was the fastest-growing foreign language for US university study last year, with enrollments growing by more than 46 percent compared to 2006, a study released…

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