MPhys Research Project: Controlling the Kinetics of Toehold Mediated Strand Displacement Using Mismatches (Turberfield group). Awarded Winton Captial prize for the best MPhys research project.
Summer Research Project: DNA Amplifiers for the Detection of Sequences Relevant to Malaria (Turberfield group).
DTC Rotation Project 1: Characterising the Interactions of Src Homology 2 Domain Containing Phosphatase 1 (SHP-1) with Immunoreceptor Tyrosine Inhibitor Motifs (ITIMs) (Dushek group and van der Merwe group).
DTC Rotation Project 2: Nanoscale Imaging Studies of DNA Origami Folding Pathways (Turberfield group).
DPhil research project: Super-resolution microscopy of DNA motors (Turberfield group).
Physics Meets Biology (September 2014): Poster presentation "Programmable Energy Landscapes for Kinetic Control."
Robert R. F. Machinek, Thomas E. Ouldridge, Natalie E. C. Haley, Jonathan Bath, Andrew J. Turberfield, "Programmable Energy Landscapes for Kinetic Control of DNA Strand Displacement." Nature Communications (November 10th 2014) doi:10.1038/ncomms6324
NUPACK - Online software by the Pierce lab at Caltech for design and analysis of DNA sequences.