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George's work on ''Utilizing RNA origami scaffolds in Saccharomyces cerevisiae for dCas9-mediated transcriptional control'' has been published in Nucleic Acid Research.
Michael's work on "Synthetic Translational Regulation by Protein-Binding RNA Origami Scaffolds" has been published in ACS Synthetic Biology.
We have received funding for a new consortium, COFOLD, funded by the Interdisciplinary Synergy Programme of the Novo Nordisk Foundation.
George has been promoted to Assistant Professor to help develop the research project "RNA-based platform for metabolic pathway engineering".
Martin did his Master studies at University of Strasbourg. He will start in our lab from August 27 doing his PhD studies as part of the project "RNA-based platform for metabolic pathway engineering" funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation.
Ebbe receives the Danish polymer prize (Elastyrenprisen) from the Danish Academy for Technical Sciences (ATV).
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. Free SharedIt link above.
Together with our collaborators in the Thom LaBean lab we have published a new paper on enhanced RNA origami anticoagulants.
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.
From the 15th of March, Michael will continue his research work as postdoc in our lab.
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