In this post for our Online Science Exhibition, PhD student Aitor Patiño from Francesco Ricci’s lab at UNITOV, exhibits the process of designing artificial genes.
Hello dear reader, this is Aitor Patiño again, writing from Rome.
This time, I’ll write about science for a change from my previous post, more specifically, about what we do in the lab I work at (www.francescoriccilab.com).
Hi dear reader,
This is Aitor again, writing from Rome…
After some thoughts, brainstorming and discussions with my colleagues from the ITN, I thought it would be interesting to publish a post about how it is like to be in an international PhD position, or a European network such as DNA-Robotics.
I believe that, if you’re going out of your master’s degree and are thinking what your next step should be, if you find yourself in application processes for PhD programs or have been chosen already, you may find some useful information by reading this post.