Monthly Archives: September 2015

Our in-cell SHAPE-Seq paper is out!

Our method for characterizing the cellular structure and function of RNA regulators is out in Nucleic Acids Research. The paper outlines our method for applying SHAPE-Seq to characterize RNA structures within E. coli cells by directly applying the 1M7 SHAPE reagent to cell culture. Since we are very interested in […]

Kyle Becomes an Inaugural Fleming Fellow!

Kyle has been selected as an inaugural Fleming Graduate Scholar in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. The Fleming Scholarships are due to a generous gift from Sam and Nancy Fleming to support the most outstanding PhD students pursuing research in biomolecular engineering at Cornell. Congratulations Kyle!

Another Great Year at CSHL SynBio

  We had another fantastic year at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Synthetic Biology summer course! Led by James (universally voted a Rock STAR scientist by everyone at the course), we successfully delivered a thrilling module on characterizing genetic circuitry using cell-free TX-TL reactions. Actually I can’t thank James enough for all […]