On October 10, Mathis Janßen (TUC) presented his work in DeDNAed – “DNA Origami as (Bio-)Sensor Platform” – to fellow researchers at the MAIN General Assembly from the Technische Universität Chemnitz.
From 28-29 September 2022, members of the DeDNAed consortium met online and in person at TU Chemnitz for the 4th General Assembly. Occuring at the midpoint of the 3-year project, the 4th GA served as an occasion to review project progress and address upcoming challenges.
Immobilisation of DNA origami is the main task of the DeDNAed project’s Work Package 5. To exploit knowledge and expertise, a workshop was organised at University of Potsdam, Germany from June 16-17th, 2022, by Saloni Agarwal and Prof. Frank Bier (University of Potsdam).