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Meet Michael Pinner

Hey there! My name is Michael Pinner, and I am one of the 15 early-stage researchers (ESRs) participating in the DNA-robotics research network. Born and raised in Vienna (Austria), I am now based in Munich (Germany) where I am working in the laboratory of Hendrik Dietz at TU Munich. Interdisciplinary research fields like ours naturally bring together researchers from a vast range of backgrounds, and in the following I would like to tell you my own story.

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Meet Lorena Baranda

My name is Lorena Baranda and I come from Palencia (Spain), the city where I was born and raised. The reason you are reading about me today is because I am part of the 15 fortunate students who will be involved for 3 years in this research network, and I will be working at University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy) in the Francesco Ricci Lab.

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Research position at ATDbio

Applications are invited for a 3-year fully funded research position with the aim to design and synthesise DNA origami and other DNA/RNA secondary structures. These structures will be designed to change conformation in a controlled manner on target binding or change in environment such as pH. Changes in conformation will be measured by a number of techniques including FRET and imaging with TEM.

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