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As you’ve no doubt heard Doctor Who is celebrating 50 years this week and we would like to congratulate the programme on its continuing success. Doctor Who has always been popular amongst Mensa members particularly those involved with the Doctor Who Special Interest Group (SIG), who receive regular newsletters discussing the show.

22 Nov 2013

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Child Genius

The deadline for the next series of Child Genius is fast approaching, so now is the time to send in your applications if you and your child would like to take part.

Wall to Wall produce Child Genius for Channel 4 which will air in 2014 (the last series was on our screens in the summer). It will feature competition rounds and documentary filming exploring the challenges of parenting a gifted child, approaches to education and what it means to be a high-achieving child in Britain today.

18 Nov 2013

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Mensa Games 2013 - group

The annual Mensa Games Finals took place in Birmingham from Friday 25 October to Sunday 27 October 2013. The finals are a culmination of a year’s gaming by Mensans and are often fiercely contested.

Highlights included the Brain of Mensa final which saw 4 opponents battle it out with some tough quiz questions and the Mensa Connections 10th British Open Championships.

29 Oct 2013

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Maxine Bates reports from the first Beauty Science Day…

“The first Beauty Science Day was hosted by Empirical Science Ltd on the site of Boots headquarters in Nottingham on Saturday 19th October and attracted Mensa members and their families from as far as Hampshire, Essex and Shropshire. It was good to see that 20% of participants were aged under 18. Our scientists of the future!

22 Oct 2013

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