It's never too late to teach a dog new tricks. Q13's Ellen Tailor is at Dogtopia with tips on how to do it.
To rate dogs’ smarts, humans learn new tricks
NEW YORK — Ms Pam Giordano thinks her dog is quite intelligent, and she has proof: Giorgio, an 11-year-old havanese, has diplomas stating he has a bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate from Yale. The bumper sticker on Ms Giordano’s car announces, “My dog made it to the Ivy League.” The honours were bestowed on Giorgio and Giuliana, his sibling, for participating in the university’s Canine Cognition Centre “I wanted to know how much they know and how smart they are,” Ms Giordano, a real…
Can Old Dogs Really Learn New Tricks?
Is it ever too late to teach your dog new behaviors? Scientists believe they have the answer.
You Can Learn New Tricks at Any Age
Want to Age Well? Learn New Tricks, Not Facts
An upcoming PBS special focuses on using our hardwired ability to learn to enhance our lives as we age.
Can Old Writing Learn New Tricks?
My first blog, which I started in 2007, was devoted to exploring and admiring free public libraries. I’m the child of these spaces, having…
How to Teach An Old Sales Dog New Tricks
Your salespeople don’t wake up in the morning eager to train any more than your prospects line up to purchase your product.
Smart Devices for Teaching an Old House New Tricks
Add convenience and energy-saving perspective to your home with these intelligent gadgets.
How to Teach Old Ears New Tricks
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Old developers can learn new tricks
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The Foreign Office needs to learn some new tricks
Boris Johnson embodies the weakness of Britain’s foreign policy
You can teach an old dog new tricks
Aging affects the cognitive abilities of dogs, as a recent study by the Clever Dog Lab of the Messerli Research Institute at the Vetmeduni Vienna shows.
How To Teach Old Dogs New Tricks With ctDNA
Amanda Pedersen If old dogs can indeed be taught new tricks, perhaps the same is true for blood tests. That appears to be the case with a new blood-based test for colorectal cancer (CRC) recurrence monitoring developed by Clinical Genomics While the test does fall under the rather broad, and arguably vague, umbrella of liquid biopsy, CEO Larry LaPointe prefers to use more specific terms, calling…
Adorable, Inspirational Video Shows Old Dogs CAN Learn New Tricks!
This dog just won my heart. Let him win yours too!
Science Says Old Dogs Can (And Should) Learn New Tricks
New studies show that as people get older, trying new things can actually combat the negative effects of cognitive aging.
Part I: Can Old Dogs Learn New Tricks?
“You can't teach an old dog new tricks.” For many of us who have heard this before, we treat this statement as gospel. But change is inevitable, so it's time we learned some new tricks of our own.
Lift Truck Tips: Teach an old battery new tricks
Applying a layer of tracking technology to existing batteries can subtract waste and add control.
From M2M to IoT: Old industries must learn new tricks
The way connected devices are evolving in industry, where they've been used for years, says a lot about why IoT has the potential to be something very big.
Clever bees learn new tricks from one another
Bumblebees can not only learn to use tools by observing others, they can improvise and make the task even easier.
Why you can (and should) teach an old brain new tricks
A lifetime engaging in intellectually stimulating pursuits may significantly lower your risk for dementia in your golden years, new research suggests. Activities include pursuits such as crafts, reading, socializing, working on computers, or playing music. As a recent article in The Atlantic explains, if you start early, your brain is probably sharper than if you start later—but it’s never too late The ARK's Intensive Day Program…