Hello there! It’s Néstor Sampedro writing again from Aarhus, Denmark. I am part of the Andersen lab in which we are designing novel RNA molecules for biotechnological applications. Nanostructures made out of this molecule have the advantage of being produced inside cells by standard biological means. Designing RNAs is challenging but fun, on a previous blog post a cool RNA structure was shown, but how does the design of such structures work, what are the principles behind it? Keep on reading to get a sneak peek into how we use our laptops and pipettes to design RNA origami nanostructures!
In the second part of our online science exhibition, Nestor Sampedro from Ebbe Andersen’s lab at Aarhus University will exhibit images about the 6-helix bundle.
Hello everyone! I am Néstor Sampedro, you may remember me from other blog posts like Meet Néstor Sampedro…
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.