Julius was invited to present at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center’s 14th annual Fall symposium on “Explorations in Synthetic and Systems Biology”. The Danforth center in St. Louis was started in 2001 and is one of the country’s four largest non-profit plant research centers (along with Cornell’s own Boyce-Thompson Institute). […]
This was another great SynBERC retreat with a couple of milestones for the lab. Melissa gave a fantastic talk on her attenuator engineering work – the first talk to come out of the lab! David’s SHAPE-Seq poster had a line of visitors too! Here we are making an obligatory pilgrimage […]
Welcome to Tim Abbott, a sophomore ChemE who will work with Kyle on an interesting project about RNA-protein interactions. Welcome Tim!
Our collaborative paper with Rhiju Das’ lab at Stanford on the RNA mapping database (RMDB) is out in bioinformatics. Rhiju started the RMDB as a way to easily share RNA chemical and enzymatic probing data in a one-stop-shop resource with plenty of useful tools and such for getting access too and analyzing this […]
Every week, The Cornell Daily Sun, features a different professor in their column ‘The Scientist’. This week, the Sun’s Sarah Cohen wrote about one of the Lucks Lab’s goals of creating biological components out of RNA to engineer cellular circuitry. They also had enough space to say a few words […]