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Congratulations to Ane for successfully defending her PhD thesis on taking RNA nanotechnology in vivo in E. coli and C. elegans.
We introduce genus trace and find that it encodes interesting physical and biological information about the three dimensional structural complexity of RNA and protein molecules.
Adrien Boussebayle starts as a postdoctoral researcher November 2018. He did his PhD studies in laboratory of Beatrix Suess as part of the MetaRNA PhD school. His main research focus is on selection procedures to develop novel sensor elements.
Mette's lab bench and and Guido's DNA vault have been exhibited at the local science museum in an exhibition called "Science is passion" that has been made in relation to the 100 year birthday of the local Nobel laureate Jens Christian Skou.
Our lab is represented in a recent book called "Videnskab er lidenskab".
Postdoc Guido Grossi has been extended for 1 year to continue his work on RNA-protein nanostructures for synthetic biology.
Postdoc Cody Geary has been extended for 1 year to continue his work on design software for RNA origami structures.
Elisa Franco from UC Riverside visited our lab to discuss current and future collaboration projects.
We are seeking an expert to work on RNA-based biosensors for applications in metabolic engineering - a project funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation. Deadline for applications is September 1, 2018.
We seek a candidate for an Industrial PhD from the Innovation Fund Denmark. The PhD project is a collaboration between the Andersen Lab and Novo Nordisk to work on developing fluorescent aptamer sensors for high-throughput screening of secretory phenotypes in droplets.
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