Hi there, Alba here! I will use today’s online lecture as an opportunity to explain to you how we in Dietz lab have created a DNA origami platform for virus trapping.
This articles aims to explain the basic concepts, perspectives and the main ethical considerations regarding the concept of DNA nano-robots. This outreach paper has been written with equal contributions from all the DNA-Robotics Early stage researches. Authors are listed in random order:
Quentin Vincentini, Lorena Baranda Pellejero, Aitor Patiño Díaz, Alba Monferrer i Sureda, Michael Pinner, Yash Bogawat, Minke Nijenhuis, Angel Santorelli, Nestor Sampedro, Marco Llocaico, Igor Baars, Mihir Dass, Karol Kolataj, Joakim Bohlin, Rafael Carrascosa Marzo.
In this post for our Online Science Exhibition, PhD student Alba Monferrer I Sureda from Hendrik Dietz lab at TUM exhibits the process of Solid-Phase DNA synthesis.
We all know colors, they are everywhere, they define concepts. Trees? Green. Sky? Blue. Fire? Orange. We can also play and have fun with colors by painting. Colors give us the tools to be creative, to explore the artistic world and our own imagination.
Hey everyone! My name is Alba Monferrer, and I am one of the Early-Stage Researchers (ESRs) of the DNA-Robotics Innovative Training Network (ITN).
Since this is my first blog post, I will talk about my background and how I ended up joining this amazing consortium.