Latest #CDlab news
Cool paper from my friend @laurarpo1 in JooLab and #CDlab about label free(!) PTM detection using nanopores. https://t.co/3yRFcKe1FI
‘State of the #CDlab’ talk – here’s a visual impression of me presenting to the group, sketched live by the amazing painter & research scientist @jacobkers https://t.co/aXTlekW08G
Last day of our #CDlab retreat: Intervision reflections, my ‘state of the lab’ talk, and travelling home https://t.co/H9SsLd5hLX
Viewing the #CDlab from the perspective of a glass of portugese white wine #beeldvandedag https://t.co/yrYCSGjjsv
Brainstorming about our future research #CDlab https://t.co/QTpTZRdGHo
We’re on an awesome lab retreat in Southern Portugal #CDlab https://t.co/iQ2pHxqp6d
‘Synthetic life on a chip’ Latest #CDlab paper online: https://t.co/wbwJQBjZ4U I particularly enjoyed writing this perspective with Siddharth Deshpande. We argue that the external environment determines how complex a cell needs to be in order to sustain and perpetuate itself. https://t.co/FRJStJw9cw
Our latest #CDlab preprint: Direct observation of independently moving replisomes in Escherichia coli https://t.co/QRWMsbMTJI Great job by Sandro Japaridze – imaging replisomes for 1 chromosome in widened bacteria, showing evidence for train track model and entropic segregation. https://t.co/Uv5ITSbimj
Congratulations to Paola de Magistris on her Veni grant!! 👍👌👌 Whole #CDlab celebrates with you! 👏🎉👏 https://t.co/iL7274OWc1
Congrats also to former #CDlab postdoc @sergiipud for winning a VENI grant, and to all other awardees.
Very proud that my postdoc Paola De Magistris did get a VENI granted for her project ‘The great escape’. Big congrats! https://t.co/I6DJHAUkKR Looking forward to jointly pioneer mRNA export through biomimetic nuclear pores in the upcoming years in #CDlab.
Really nice: Our #CDlab PhD student Wayne Yang won an awardfor his presentation ‘Tweezing of Individual Proteins in Plasmonic Gold Nanoapertures’ at #icmat2019 in Singapore. It was awarded to him by Nobel Laureate @sirfrasersays https://t.co/PghGdchJ7w
Congrats to Oskar Franch, postdoc at our #CDlab, for winning the Kjeld Marcker PhD Prize from Aarhus University, which is awarded only to ‘exceptional, truly outstanding candidates’. So nice. Congrats! https://t.co/TzfPTdhAfG