What do scientists do when they're not in the lab? Apparently, they watch lots and lots of movies.

Using #sciencemoviequote, hundreds of scientists have tweeted memorable quotes from movies, reimagined to give the researcher the leading role and make the lab center stage. "I sequence dead people," tweeted Rebekah Rogers (@evolscientist), slightly tweaking a famous line from the supernatural thriller The Sixth Sense. Rogers is a postdoc at the University of California, Berkeley, researching evolution of genomic structure using ancient DNA.

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