Members, time to flex your memory!

Did you know that things you find interesting are easier to remember because they are more likely to “imprint” in your brain? Furthermore, discovering things in your world that are interesting is actually good for you.

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Everyone knows that numbers and science go hand in hand. If you want to be a scientist, better work on your math. Luckily, a quarter of Americans say that math was their favorite subject in school.

But numbers don’t just help scientists with calculations; they help scientists communicate those calculations to each other and to the public in ways that are easily understandable. For scientists, using numbers to paint accurate pictures is a key tool for moving scientific knowledge from theoretical understanding to practical applications.

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