A video highlight of Nils’s Presentation at Mcubed Symposium 2013 entitled “Seeing is Believing: Electron Microscopy and the Art of DNA Sushi” is now available online here.
Congratulations to Dr. Matthew Marek for successfully defending his thesis entitled “Heterogeneous folding and function of small RNA motifs: The hairpin ribozyme and a translational riboswitch”!
Congratulations to Matthew (Matt) Kahlscheuer for receiving the Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology best poster award at the RNA Society meeting 2014 in Quebec City! His award is featured in the Fall 2014 RNA Society Newsletter.
Congratulations to Dr. Wendy Tay for successfully defending her thesis entitled “Structures, Dynamics, and Ribozymes: An Investigation of RNA Structural Dynamics With the Hepatitis Delta Virus and Hairpin Ribozymes”!
Congratulations to Dr. Krishna Chaitanya Suddala for successfully defending his thesis entitled “A Tale of Two RNAs: Single Molecule Investigation of the Conformation, Dynamics and Ligand binding to the PreQ1 and T-box Riboswitches”!
Nils’s Presentation in the Saturday Morning Physics entitled “The Origin of Life: Chemistry As The Driver of Our Evolution” is now available online—video below.
Congratulations to Dr. Kamali Sripathi for successfully defending her thesis entitled “Structural Dynamics of the Hepatitis Delta Virus and Hairpin Ribozymes: Implications for Function”!
Congratulations to Matthew (Matt) Kahlscheuer for receiving the Travel Award for the RNA 2014 meeting!