Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the 2013 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition honors light-microscope images and movies of humans, plants and animals subjects. Here, the first-place winner reveals the gaping trap of the floating carnivorous plant, a humped bladderwort (Utricularia gibba), taken by Igor Siwanowicz, a neurobiologist at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Janelia Farm Research Campus. Here's a look at the other nine Bioscapes winners.
Want to catch a movie with a friend and get a bite to eat afterwards? The Howard Hughes Center is located right out of the back gates on Sepulveda and has places to eat such as Islands Burgers, Johnny Rockets, Kabuki Sushi, Starbucks, and many more! In addition they have Glow in the Dark Golf, Borders book store, and an AMAZING MOVIE THEATRE!
Hell's Angels is a 1930 American war film, directed by Howard Hughes and starring Jean Harlow, Ben Lyon, and James Hall. The film, which was produced by Hughes and written by Harry Behn and Howard Estabrook, centers on the combat pilots of World War I. It was released by United Artists, earned back its costs twice and is now hailed as being the first blockbuster action film.