2020 Membrane Sculpting and Smart Materials With Amphiphilic DNA Nanostructures
Lorenzo Di Michele studied condensed matter physics for his undergraduates and master at the University of L’Aquila (Abruzzo, Italy), before obtaining a PhD in physics at the Cavendish Laboratory, Unviersity of Cambridge, in 2013. He then held in the same institution a Oppenheimer Early Career Research Fellowship (2013-2016), a Leverhulme Early Career Reseach Fellowship (2016-2018) and a Royal Society University Research Fellowship (URF, 2018-2019). In August 2019 Lorenzo joined the Department of Chemistry at Imperial College London as a URF and lecutrer. His research interests include soft condensed matter, DNA nanotechnology, and synthetic biology
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