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We have a PhD position available on RNA robotics with application deadline on May 1, 2018. The PhD position is part of an European PhD school on DNA-Robotics that aims at constructing modules for advanced molecular robotics of the future.
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 are April 2, 2018.
Andreas Bøggild has been hired for working on cryo-EM characterization of RNA origami structures for a period of 3 years.
News on the iNANO website about the DNA-Robotics PhD school that we are part of. The PhD school is organized by Kurt Gothelf and funded by the European Commission – Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions.
Ebbe S. Andersen gives talk on "Design of biomolecules and nanorobots" on February 6, 2018 at the Public Science Talks arranged by the Faculty of Science and Technology.
In February 2018 a new bachelor course on Biomolecules in Nanoscience has been initiated. The course is organized by Daniel Otzen and Ebbe S. Andersen.
Mette D. E. Jepsen gives a short introduction to her study on RNA-based apta-FRET devices and their potential future applications. The highlight is published in Cell Systems Calls.
Mette D. E. Jepsen and Steffen M. Sparvath have published their work on an RNA aptamer-based FRET system in Nature Communications.
News story about the DNA vault paper by Peter Gammelby published in Rømer.
Guido Grossi publishes a review in MRS Bulletin on DNA nanostructures and their use in organizing and controlling enzymes.
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