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Cerego is an adaptive learning technology platform based on principles of neuroscience and cognitive science. Cerego’s patented technology uses the scientific method of spaced rehearsal as the basis for memory retention for content available via their website.
Cerego has partnered and collaborated with various organizations and institutions including The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation  , Edx, Cengage Learning and Fabien Cousteau’s Mission 31. In 2013, Cerego partnered with Elsevier to provide nursing and healthcare students an adaptive learning solution for their educational content.
In 2014, Cerego was awarded a grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to provide next-generation digital courseware designed to reach more than 1 million low-income students and disadvantaged learners in undergraduate courses by 2018.
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