Julius was recently invited to be a member of the Editorial Board of Nucleic Acids Research. Nucleic Acids Research is a preeminent journal featuring cutting edge research into the physical, chemical, biochemical and biological aspects of nucleic acids and the protein machinery that interacts with them in the cell. Its […]
Chelsea recently passed her A exam and Karl recently passed his masters exam – congratulations! Karl will be joining Merk back in Ireland soon – we’ll miss you Karl!
Julius was the recent recipient of the Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Tucker `50 Excellence in Teaching Award, the highest award for teaching in the Cornell College of Engineering. The award recognizes Julius’ excellence and achievements in teaching Heat and Mass Transfer, and his co-creation of ChemE 7770 “Advanced Principles […]
We were recently delighted to host Professor Venkat Gopalan from Ohio State University in the lab! Professor Gopalan studies RNase P, an ancient RNA that catalyzes a key reaction required for all life. It’s discovery by Sidney Altman earned him a Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1989 for the discovery that RNA molecules can […]
Sarai’s paper was recently featured in a Biotechnology and Bioengineering spotlight Shining RNA STAR power on bacterial gene expression. Each issue of B&B features four spotlights highlighting the most exciting work in the journal. It’s quite an honor! Congratulations Sarai, James, Sitara and Rebecca!
The Lucks Lab now officially has an Addgene page! Addgene is a non-profit plasmid repository that promotes sharing of life sciences research materials through their distribution system. We have greatly benefited from easy access to the explosion of molecular tools out there which has really helped us accelerate our research! If […]
Sarai and Alex recently won best poster awards for their posters on engineering STARs and RNA circuits at the 2015 Fall SynBERC retreat! Congratulations team!