Monthly Archives: October 2014

Our SHAPE-Seq v2.0 Paper is Out!

David, Kyle and Alex just published their SHAPE-Seq 2.0 paper in Nucleic Acids Research. This paper was a monumental amount of work, and aimed to address two big issues in the SHAPE-Seq experiment – examining whether or not there were biases in the experiment due to the various steps of […]

Julius joins Computational Biology Field

The Lucks Lab was recently admitted into the Cornell Field of Computational Biology. Cornell’s field system allows faculty members to create bridges between departments, and is one of the features of Cornell that fosters its highly collaborative environment. Joining the field of computational biology will allow the lab to push […]