Monthly Archives: October 2013

Julius Quoted in Popular Science

Julius was recently quoted in “What Are Genetically Recoded Organisms?” in Popular Science by Francie Diep. The article is a nice read about the Isaacs’ lab recent Science paper “Genomically Recoded Organisms Expand Biological Functions”. The paper describes the first complete milestone of the rEcoli project (see here for an […]

Sarai Wins Best Poster Award

Sarai won the Best Poster Award at the 4th annual CBE Graduate Research Symposium for her poster “Engineering Light Activated RNA Transcriptional Switches”. Students and faculty from all of the broad research areas covered by CBE vote on the best poster awards, reflecting Sarai’s great job in communicating her research […]

The Centrality of RNA for Engineering Gene Expression

Our review paper “The Centrality of RNA for Engineering Gene Expression” is out! The review covers the ethos of the lab, and has three main sections: an update of all the known natural and synthetic RNA-based regulatory mechanisms out there, an outline of computational RNA structure prediction tools and how they have […]

Julius Quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Education

Julius was quoted in the recent article “DARPA Courts Biotech Researchers” on the benefits of the DARPA YFA program getting junior faculty into the DARPA system. It is an interesting read about the role DARPA can play alongside more traditional funders like the NIH to continue to propel biotech research. See the […]