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  Girls Vs. Boys At Math06.02.09
 Are men naturally better at math than women or is that just an out-dated stereotype?

  Money vs. Happiness05.14.09
 Researchers have found new evidence that "American Dream" achievements like wealth, fame and image are not the keys to happiness.

  Science Literacy Olympics08.08.08
 In celebration of the Olympic games in Beijing, China, we’re posting a video blog by Brad Kloza, who represented ScienCentral News at a conference on public scientific literacy in Shanghai. And don’t miss the "Science Literacy Olympics" beneath the video!

  Tip of the Tongue: Web Extra06.11.08
 ScienCentral went out on the streets of New York City to catch people having real tip-of-the-tongue experiences.

  Tip of the Tongue Learning06.10.08
 When you can’t quite remember a tricky word or somebody’s name, trying to excavate it from your memory might be the worst thing you can do, according to new psychology research.

  Nobelist Slams Education06.05.08
 Physics Nobel prize winner Dr. Leon Lederman criticizes the state of science education in the U.S. He explains who’s to blame and what it will take to make a change.

  Moms Who Listen05.09.08
 Psychologists now say that explaining things to your mom actually helps you learn better.

play video  Anti-Stress Video Game01.17.08
 A simple video game has been shown to reduce stress. As this ScienCentral News video explains, researchers at McGill University also found that playing the game resulted in increased productivity.

play video  Stress & Memory12.12.07
 It’s as much a part of the holidays as presents and food. We’re talking about stress. Now scientists are finding more about how it affects our brains, from memory to the ability to make decisions.

  Marketing Mind Games: Science Sensei 712.12.07
 This week on Science Sensei: Marketing mind games can drain your wallet. (But don’t let that keep you from buying our stuff.)