News

We’re absolutely proud of yesterday’s webinar, with more than 125 attendees, by none other than Renée Schroeder on the topic of genome editing, all the backgrounds and implications. (read more)

We’ve been on tour! After the premier of our hands-on station on CRISPR/Cas together with Open Science at the European Researchers’ Night 2019, last weekend we did some science outreach in Graz for two whole days! (read more)

 

Our RNA Lecture Series for the winter semester 2019/2020 is starting this Friday with lectures by these two successful RNA scientists:

11. October 2019:

09:15 – 10:45  Markus Hafner (NIH NIAMS):

Integrative analysis of RNA binding protein targets and function

11:15 – 12:45  Astrid Haase (NIH NIDDK):

A small RNA perspective on genome integrity

(read more)

New findings just published by the Schroeder lab on how RNA elements regulate bacterial antisense transcription in cis:

iRAPs curb antisense transcription in E. coli. (read more)