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Master of memory possesses a gifted mind

News Story from The Canadian Press Nova Scotia student Evan Xie memorized more than 1,180 random digits in under an hour at 2015 World Memory Championships in China, awarded International Master of Memory. Evan Xie, a Grade 10 student at King’s-Edgehill School in Windsor, N.S., received an International Master of Memory designation. By: Robin Levinson […]

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Synapsia – the magazine of the Brain, returns!

Synapsia magazine was founded a quarter of a century ago by Tony Buzan as the official publication of the international Brain Clubs which later metamorphosed into the Brain Trust charity. Many noted intellectuals contributed including Garry Kasparov the world chess champion, Howard Gardner of multiple intelligence fame and Director of the Institute for Brain Chemistry […]

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New International Masters of Memory 2015

New International Masters of Memory 2015 Name ID Score Age Alex MULLEN 2321 8926 23 Ariunsanaa BAYARDALAI 1738 4917 13 Enkhjin TUMUR 2234 5204 17 Enkhmunkh ERDENEBATKHAAN 2247 6135 17 Ismoilov Khusniddin 2135 3460 21 JEONG Gye Won 2356 3239 50 Joshua Koh 3331 3407 21 Khangai Batbaatar 2799 3457 16 KWON Soon-Moon Orissam 2128 […]

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NEW World Memory Champion Crowned

The difference between being a World Memory Champion or the runner up was just one second at the 24th World Memory Championships which has just finished  in the in the giant domed conference centre of the Jintang Hengda hotel in China. Alex Mullen became the first USA World Memory Champion when the final speed card […]

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