Daily Archives: October 31, 2016

STARs Win Best New Basic Part Award at iGEM 2016 Competition!

Congratulations to the iGEM team at Imperial College who managed to win the Grand Prize at this years iGEM competition for their “ecolibrium” project that we recently featured on our website. @imperialigem wins the Grand Prize at #iGEM2016 #GiantJamboree! Congratulations! You guys are some real STARs! https://t.co/4i9ayYM3Nh — The Lucks […]

SHAPE-Seq reactivity matrix

Our paper on Cotranscriptional SHAPE-Seq is published!

Kyle, Eric, and Angela’s paper “Cotranscriptional Folding of a Riboswitch at Nucleotide Resolution” is online in Nature Structural and Molecular Biology and a featured news story through Northwestern. With the development of cotranscriptional SHAPE-seq, this paper marks a milestone in RNA biology as the first strategy for the measurement of nascent RNA […]