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The Trainer Brainer: Negotiate things the right way, be a good listener

The key to a good negotiation is to be a good listener. Listen properly and come up with clear answers

Published on 3rd July 2021

The Trainer Brainer: Explore all career possibilities and start early on to be successful

Scout out reference information from professionals in the industry, your seniors and social contacts

Published on 27th June 2021
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Peer review-pending study suggests COVID survivors may lose grey matter and other brain tissue over time

The damage was seen in brain areas that involved smell, taste, cognitive function and memory formation said researchers who studied pre- and post-COVID brain image tests 

Published on 23rd June 2021

The Trainer Brainer: Don't ever forget to self-reflect while trying to achieve something in your career

Self-reflection in one’s career grounds them to reality from an aimless wandering of the mind and here's how it can empower you

Published on 19th June 2021

An analysis of brain scans show consistent grey matter loss post-COVID infection, find researchers

The team compared brain scans taken pre-pandemic to scans taken about three years later among 394 COVID-19 patients and 388 matched controls

Published on 19th June 2021

COVID-19 can cause severe inflammation in the brain, says a new study

In particular, the essential defence cells of the brain, known as microglial cells, are particularly strongly activated, and we also observed migration of T-killer cells

Published on 15th June 2021

Researchers find that brain, not willpower, decides if you will lose weight or not

The findings, published in the journal NeuroImage, support a prevalent neural theory that people with an increased neural response to seeing and smelling food consistently overeat and gain weight

Published on 19th October 2020

Study finds brain areas involved in finding out whether a bad event is about to happen

The research could shed light on the processes underlying psychiatric conditions such as obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety

Published on 14th June 2021

The Trainer Brainer: Your career suits your personality, how would you find out?

In the end, the purpose of this column is to sensitise you as a fresh graduate that you need to look within yourself and approach career development with all seriousness

Published on 12th June 2021

The Trainer Brainer: Here's why you shouldn't be indecisive at a career crossroad

Remember not to be indecisive when you’re at a crossroad as it could affect your professional life. Start to question yourself on the possible outcomes of various decisions

Published on 5th June 2021

Scientists identify mechanism revealing how brain injury may lead to neurodegenerative disease

The results could aid the development of treatments that halt the progression of cell damage after brain injury

Published on 2nd June 2021

The Trainer Brainer: Don’t fall prey to persuasion, prepare a career plan and go ahead

Prepare a statement of purpose for the best option and see how far you can go with that career plan

Published on 29th May 2021

How the very last step in cell division is crucial for the brain to reach its proper size and function

The federal Centers for Disease Control estimates that microcephaly affects from 1 in 800 children to 1 in 5,000 children in the United States each year

Published on 29th May 2021

The Trainer Brainer: Rise above that fear to shine bright and attain success

Success is sweeter when it is achieved through hard work and passing through rough terrains. Enlarge your achievements and make it a springboard to propel you to give your best 

Published on 22nd May 2021

Remembering K R Gouri Amma, Kerala's first woman minister, the brain behind the land reforms bill

The 101-year-old politician breathed her last in Thiruvananthapuram on May 11. She was the second longest-serving MLA in Kerala

Published on 11th May 2021

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