Now researchers in the US have discovered that good old cup of java may help to boost the brainpower of such people.
Will your child have enough brainpower for a satisfying adult life?
The product is so new there is almost no feedback from SMEs Ã¢ so be aware your new toy may require serious brainpower.
There's no point me trying to do anything that involves much brainpower when I'm that tired.
That's because we depend on the collective brainpower and creativity of everyone who works with us.
The Ministry of Defense's scientific brainpower is even more concentrated in the south of England.
Despite the enormous capacity of the human brain, we only utilize on average less than three percent of our potential brainpower.
According to Moore's law, computer hardware will surpass human brainpower in the first decade of this century.
Luckily Elisa has loads more brainpower than dizzy Amber!
implosion method to work nearly defeated the collective scientific brainpower assembled for the wartime Manhattan Project.
A fresh perspective and additional brainpower often provides just what the company needs to get it out of the doldrums.
There is nothing complicated and they don't take too much brainpower to play.
If you'd like to provide that brainpower yourself, there are several universities offering language degrees with a special focus on translation.
You're just boasting your brainpower on the outside.
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