ICOS Devonshire Labs, Strand 4.2.c Bio-adaptor for cell control & interfacing - DNA/RNA origami
Emanuela Torelli received the PhD in Biotechnology from the University of Udine, Italy. Her approach to science and technology is multi-disciplinary, collaborative and application-oriented. She is an experienced scientist in the field of biotechnology and Synthetic Biology, and her recent research focuses on DNA/RNA assembly and nanobiology.
Since July 2016 she is a senior research associate at the Interdisciplinary Computing and Complex BioSystems (ICOS2) group, Newcastle University, UK and part of the Portabolomics group focusing on DNA/RNA origami.
In August 2021, Emanuela moved to the highly interdisciplinary team in the project EnDROIDS, our recently funded Royal Academy of Engineering ten years long quest to bridge nanotechnology and synthetic biology to achieve sophisticated in vivo information processing.