In early 2020 we started our “scientist-in-residence” program. During this program we inviteed passionate life science enthusiasts to run their ‘signature’ applications with DNA oligos synthesized with Kilobaser. We then shareed the results with you in form of application notes.
Please let us introduce our first scientist-in-residence:
Andreas Stürmer, MSc.
Andreas holds a master’s degree in Biotechnology and Environmental Engineering and is working on projects that he believes have the potential to make an impact in the world. Initial work was established as a DIY-biologist, organizing lab access and creating fluorescent plants as a first learning project.
Since then, Andreas has gained expertise in diverse fields such as molecular biology, synthetic DNA design, plant tissue culture, chloroplast transformation, mammalian and avian cell work, insect cell culture, and protein expression. He is also working together with organizations overseas such as SciHouse.