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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.
Jakob Smidt has gotten his bachelor degree based on his report on RNA origami trigger systems. A job well done resulting in top grade. Congrats!
Mads defended his thesis on de novo protein design and received top grade for his efforts.
Néstor Sampedro has been accepted for the DNA-Robotics PhD position in our lab by the Graduate School for Science and Technology (GSST). Congrats to…
Today is Steffen's last day in our group. He has been in the group since 2010 when he did his Bachelor's project. He did his Ph.D. in our group and…
Hans Christian Høiberg and Steffen M. Sparvath have published their work on an RNA origami with intrinsic siRNAs in Biotechnology Journal. The project started out as a contribution to the 2011 BIOMOD competition.
Denis Selnihhin has published his work on a Multifluorophore DNA Origami Sensor in ACS Nano.
We are looking for an expert to join a new research project on RNA-protein nanostructures for synthetic biology. The position is a 1-year postdoctoral position and is available from September 1st 2018. The application deadline is May 27th 2018.
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