Andrew Turberfield, University of Oxford
Professor of Biological Physics. We work with synthetic biomolecular nanostructures built by self-assembly. Nucleic acid nanostructures are atomically precise and dynamically reconfigurable: by designing synthetic strands of DNA or RNA we can create autonomous molecular systems that sense, compute and actuate. We are developing the physics and technology of functional nucleic acid nanostructures to create disruptive technologies, including templates for molecular electronics...
Chris Wintersinger, PARPA
Program Manager at Speculative Technologies | PhD Graduate, Harvard SEAS Bioengineering | Enabler of speculative technologies
Erik Poppleton, Arizona State University
Postdoc @ Max Planck Medical Research | Nucleic acid nanotechnology | molecular simulation. Multidisciplinary scientist with a PhD in Biological Design from Arizona State University. Currently working on RNA modeling projects at Max Planck Medical Research. Focused on developing software that helps researchers do their best work. Experienced in both theoretical and experimental lab work, inspired by biology's structural beauty.