Check out these videos featuring some of our work!
Introducing R2D2 (Reconstructing RNA Dynamics from Data) – a new tool to make movies of cotranscriptional RNA folding pathways published in Molecular Cell
Lucks lab graduate student Luyi Cheng explains RNA biosensors called riboswitches through Northwesterns’s Research Communications Training Program
Lucks lab graduate student Luyi Cheng moderates a discussion between Julius and Professor Sera Young at the 2020 AAAS Conference on ‘Managing Water: New Tools for Sustainable Development
Northwestern’s artist-at-large program brings in Dario Robleto to grapple with issues of scientific ethics and communication with Northwestern Center for Synthetic Biology faculty
Julius talks to the NIH about the lab’s quest to understand how RNA molecules fold and function inside cells and the tools they develop to study them
Northwestern introduces the ROSALIND technology – a low-cost, rapid method for testing water quality using cell-free synthetic biology