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Share with Facebook Share with Twitter Share with linkedin <div_ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " Pokemon GO Credit: Niantic It's Halloween in [ Pokémon GO, and this year's event comes with something we have not seen before: There are new special exams that you will receive immediately after tapping on the research icon. The name of the quest is "A …

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Pokemon Go Halloween UPDATE – Gen 4 Ghost Type and Special Research CONFIRMED | Games | entertainment

Pokémon Gos unavoidable Halloween event could have just been leaked by fans. Pokémon Go Dataminer Chrales has found evidence of a brand new special research assignment for Halloween. And it looks as if the Special Research Task will turn Gen 4 Ghost Pokemon Spiritomb The quest dialog suggests that players must capture 108 Pokemon to unlock the reward and capture …

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The research provides insights into the neurobiology of aggression and bullying

Duke NUS researchers have discovered that a growth factor protein, brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and its receptor, tropomyosin receptor kinase B (TrkB), influence social dominance in mice. Research has an impact on understanding the neurobiology of aggression and bullying. "Humans and rodents are social animals, each our interaction follows rules according to a social hierarchy, and non-navigating this hierarchy can …

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Georgia's "exact match" law could disempower 909,540 voters, finds my research

Georgia's governorate Stacey Abrams, left, and Brian Kemp in Atlanta on May 20. (John Amis / AP) There has recently been a riot over Georgia's approach to voter registration. The United Kingdom Law passed last year (19459009) requires citizens' names on their government-issued passports to be exactly the same as their names listed on the electoral roll. If the two …

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Rare eye disease was behind Da Vinci's genius, claims the research

Da Vinci, one of the world's most famous painters, had intermittent exotropia, a kind of eye deformity in which one eye turns outward, according to a study published on Thursday in the journal JAMA Ophthalmology. "When I look at his work, I notice the pronounced divergence of the eyes in all of his paintings," said study author Christopher Tyler, a …

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New Leukemia Research Uses the Power of Big Data

Oregon Health & Science University researchers have published one of the largest records of this type for the treatment of leukemia. The problem is, leukemia is not just a disease, but many. Treatment has remained largely unchanged over the last 40 years, with fewer than 25 percent surviving at five years. So, scientists from OHSU and ten other academic centers …

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Google CEO says it's important in China to research the search

Google CEO Sundar Pichai publicly talked about his company's plans to reenter the Chinese market with a search and news-oriented product, and said a lot on Wired 's 25th Anniversary Summit, that such a service would be able to serve 99 percent of requests. Pichai described the Chinese market as "important for us to explore" given its size and the …

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