SEED 2016 presentation featured on PLOS Synthetic Biology blog


In the weeks before officially moving to the Chicagoland area, the Lucks Lab attended the 2016 SEED (Synthetic Biology: Engineering, Evolution & Design) conference, held in the historic Hilton Chicago. As part of receiving the ACS Synthetic Biology Young Investigator Award, Julius presented a research seminar on the groups latest work, a technological advancement to the group’s SHAPE-Seq technology which allows for the interrogation of cotranscriptional folding pathways. Read more about the conference and Julius’ presentation¬†here.

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