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2021.05.10 | Publication

Research paper: RNA origami software and scaffolds

Cody's paper published online in Nature Chemistry describing novel software and its use to create bigger and better scaffolds for proteins. Great contributions by Guido and Ewan and done in collaboration with Paul Rothemund.

2021.04.26 | Publication

Research paper: Enhanced RNA origami anticoagulant

Together with our collaborators in the Thom LaBean lab we have published a new paper on enhanced RNA origami anticoagulants.

2021.04.12 | Positions

PhD position: RNA scaffolds for metabolic engineering

We have a PhD position available for joining the "RNA-based platform for metabolic pathway engineering" project funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation. This is your chance to help us develop the future of RNA synthetic biology! Deadline for applications is May 1st.

2021.04.09 | People

Michael is hired as a Postdoc

From the 15th of March, Michael will continue his research work as postdoc in our lab.

2021.01.02 | Publication

Research paper: Flexibility of RNA junctions

We have published a paper with our collaborators on the application of apta-FRET for studying the flexibility of RNA junctions.

2020.12.03 | Awards

Funding: Carlsberg equipment grant

The lab has received funding from the Carlsberg Foundation for new purification equipment and computer ressources for cryo-EM research.

2020.12.01 | People

Cody gets 3-year assistant professor position

Cody gets 3-year position as assistant professor in RNA nanotechnology funded by our recent Novo Nordisk Foundation grant and the CELLPAT center of Professor Jørgen Kjems.

2020.11.20 | Awards

Funding: Network with Japanese researchers

Grant from the Ministry of Education and Research to establish research collaborations with researchers from Japan. Project is led by Associate Professor Frans Mulder and also involves Daniel Otzen and our research group.

2020.11.01 | People

Adrien gets 2-year Postdoc position

Adrien got a 2-year postdoc position in the lab to further develop in vitro selection methods for sensor application funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation.

2020.10.05 | People

Mette gets new job as center manager

From the 5th of October 2020, Mette Jepsen was promoted to Assistant Professor in the Andersen Lab, but on November 1st she moved on to a position as center manager at the center for Electromicrobiolology.

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