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Queen’s Develops New Brain Training App For Research Into Ageing Minds

Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast are taking the first step towards discovering the true effectiveness of brain training exercises with the release of their own app aimed at those over 50.

The Brain Jog application is available to download free for iPhone, iPod or iPad. It is the product..

Reported by redOrbit • Thursday, March 3, 2011

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