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Roger Rubio Sánchez

NanoDTC PhD Student, c2017

My PhD project, joint between the Department of Physics and the Deparment of Plant Sciences, focuses on exploiting DNA Nanotechnology approaches for biomimicry purposes, where I work with model membranes and biologically active material towards novel sensing platforms for the artificial cell initiative. I am particularly interested in replicating life-like behaviours in model systems by harnessing knowledge, techniques, and expertise from soft matter physics and synthetic biology. 

PhD Supervisors: Dr. Lorenzo Di Michele – Department of Physics and Prof. Jim Haseloff – Department of Plant Sciences

Research Keywords: Nanobiotechnology, Confocal Imaging, DNA nanotechnology, Synthetic Biology, Fluorescence Imaging