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Box office report: 'Split' stuns with $40.2 million opening weekend

M. Night Shyamalan is in the midst of a massive big-screen resurgence.

Following the unexpected success of his 2015 thriller The Visit, Shyamalan, once touted as the next Steven Spielberg… 669 more words


Activation and Repression of Transcription Factors via a Synthetic Construct in Arabidopsis thaliana

Being able to turn genes on and off as required is a significant goal in genetic manipulation. Synthetically constructed gene circuits which turn on and off in response to specific activators have previously been demonstrated and the ability knock out specific genes with such technology as CRISPR/Cas 9 has made gene manipulation easier and cheaper. 1,103 more words


Tina Fey crashes Felicity Jones' 'SNL' monologue

Hosting Saturday Night Live for the first time can be nerve-wracking, as Felicity Jones discovered this weekend — but, luckily, she had someone there to give her some encouragement: Tina Fey. 158 more words


Critical Mass: 'Monster Trucks' crashes, holdovers thrive

Temperatures are dropping and the post-holiday blues are beginning to wear off, so you’re probably ready to venture out for another night at the multiplex. Studio offerings can be hit ( 639 more words


Stormtroopers aren't impressed with Felicity Jones' 'SNL' promo

Considering the damage that Jyn Erso and crew did to the Empire in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, it’s no surprise that Felicity Jones doesn’t get a warm reception from a group of stormtroopers in the latest… 103 more words


New Imaging Technique Identifies How Plant Tissue Growth is Orientated

Last October, the journal Developmental Cell published this article about tissue growth control in Arabidopsis thaliana, examining the effects of mutating a particular gene thought to influence plant growth. 998 more words


Dance to the Tune of Life

As part of the next seminar we will watch the following lecture: