I am Rafael Carrascosa Marzo, but I rather you call me Rafa. I am currently doing my PhD in Prof. Turberfield’s laboratory in the Department of Physics at the University of Oxford. I would like to talk a bit about myself and how I got here for the sake of this blog entry.
If you are unsure how to synthesise a scientist, you should definitely read the article below.
Hej there! So, it looks like it is my turn to introduce myself. I am Marco Lolaico and I am one of the 15 early stage researchers taking part in the DNA robotics network. I am working in Stockholm at the Karolinska Institutet, in Björn Högberg’s group. I will tell a little about myself and how I arrived here. I’m warning you – I like to talk.
I hope you enjoy this entry and hopefully it will help you get to know me a bit. My name is Nestor Sampedro, I am doing my PhD studies at the Andersen Lab for Biomolecular Designat Aarhus University in Denmark.
Hey people! “Hallo, ich bin Yash” and there goes all the German I have learnt since arriving in Munich. Anyway, I’m one of the15 people from all over the globe who will be working in the DNA Robotics Consortium. I’m a part of The Simmel Lab at the Technical University of Munich and here begins a sneak peekinto my life.