Death of a Hunter

Death of a Hunter

Death of a Hunter By Rolf Hochhuth Finborough Theatre Sunday, Monday, Tuesday until 17 April. admin@finboroughtheatre.co.uk At the age of sixty-one, Ernest Hemingway had attained the pinnacle in any writer’s life; winning a Pullitzer Prize in 1953 and a Nobel Prize for Literature the following year for The Old Man and...

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Who will replace Antonio Conte this summer?

Who will replace Antonio Conte this summer?

It is a damning reflection of the culture at Chelsea Football Club that rumours are already surfacing as to who will be replacing Antonio Conte this Summer. A mere 11 months ago, Conte was stood pitch side at The Hawthorns watching his team clinch an assured 1-0 win over West...

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Google bans crypto-mining browser extensions

Google have added more salt to the cryptocurrency wounds as the US tech giant moved to ban cryptocurrency mining browser extensions from its Chrome store. The decision, made in early April, will mean that as of July, it will begin to remove existing browser extensions that facilitate mining. Other blockchain-related...

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Ready Player One

Ready Player One

Once upon a time (or a long time ago in a galaxy far away if you’d prefer) the world was a cruel place to live for nerds. Bullied frequently, their interests: superheroes, videogames, Dungeons and Dragons were derided as simultaneously childish and hopelessly impenetrable. There was little sympathy to be...

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Special Forces: In The Shadows at the National Army Museum

Special Forces: In The Shadows at the National Army Museum

It is a year since the National Army Museum had its makeover, funded in part by the Heritage Lottery Fund, and it has transformed what was a rather dingy and dusty old mausoleum, to a light and airy, twenty-first century, rock’n’roll, razzamattazz display of film posters, neon signs, interactive consoles,...

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Researchers discover 40 genes involved in early development of myeloma

Researchers discover 40 genes involved in early development of myeloma

Researchers have revealed 40 genes involved in the development of myeloma, increasing our understanding of the complex genetics behind the incurable blood cancer. The discovery will help drive the development of more personalised treatments for myeloma, which is the second most common blood cancer in the UK. The team, based...

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