VentureBeat spoke with Lumosity CEO Kunal Sarkar about his bold decision to relaunch an entirely new iPhone app.
The study from neuroscience startup Lumosity used data from more than 3 million people in the U.S. between the ages of 18 and 75.
Popular brain-training startup Lumosity revealed findings from its Human Cognition Project — an initiative that gives researchers access to its data to conduct experimental research.
“My college is smarter than your college!” While I can’t recall ever hearing this taunt, now might be that time with a new list from Lumosity that measures colleges by students’ cognitive performance.
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Lumosity has raised $31.5 million from Discovery Communications, bringing its total funding to $70 million.
Kunal Sarkar, CEO of Lumosity
The emerging landscape of games is attracting a lot of money, thanks in part to excitement about Zynga’s upcoming initial public offering and some recent acquisitions such as Electronic Arts’ $750 million purchase of PopCap Games. Tim Chang, a partner at Norwest Venture Partners, has kept his finger on the pulse of the game market for years and spoke about the opportunities in games at the recent Casual Connect game conference in Seattle.
Lumosity has quietly amassed more than 14 million members for its brain-training games, which help you improve your core mental abilities. That in turn has enabled the company to raise $32.5 million in a third round of funding today.