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Rotten Tomatoes’ First Card Game Will Test Your Movie Knowledge – Review Geek

Rotten Tomatoes, Cryptozoic Entertainment first Rotten Tomatoes card game is now available for pre-order. Designed in collaboration with Cryptozoic Entertainment, the multiplayer game puts...

See realistic facial reconstructions of a medieval Scottish woman, priest and bishop

Little was known about three skeletons found in a medieval crypt in Scotland when workers stumbled across the remains in 1957.Now, more than 60...

‘It’s time to kick-start the restoration’

Most of the peat bogs in Wales are upland cover bogsPeatland restoration targets are to be tripled in Wales in a bid to boost...

Europe and UK affected by ‘unprecedented’ number of bird flu cases this summer | bird flu

The UK and mainland Europe have been hit by an "unprecedented" number of bird flu cases this summer, with 47.5 million birds culled since...

Oncometabolite d-2HG Alters T-Cell Metabolism to Affect CD8+ T-Cell Function | Sciences

Excess metabolites from cancer cells can hamper antitumor immunity.

Drax: UK power station owner clears old-growth forests in Canada

The owner of the UK's largest power station, Drax, is cutting down key forests in Canada.

Google Wallet vs Google Pay: What’s the difference?

Google is known for its confusingly named products, and that might be most apparent with Google Wallet and Google Pay. ...

Is it possible to avoid unwanted thoughts?

After a breakup, you may think you're okay until you walk past a street corner, run into a mutual friend, or hear a particular...

Robot sets new record for fastest 100m run

She can still keep up with the fastest humans on the planet, but Cassie proved she's...
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