Beatrix Suess is a Professor at the Technical University, Darmstadt. She received her PhD from the University of Erlangen, Germany where she was also a post-doctoral fellow. Suess was also a research fellow at the University of Vienna, Austria and at Yale University, USA. Dr. Suess’s research focuses on the ability of RNA to operate as a regulator of activities within the cell. In particular, her work focuses on the use of riboswitches as regulatory devices in synthetic biology applications.
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Suess explains what riboswitches are and how they can be engineered into RNA to regulate gene expression. (Talk recorded in June 2015)