Daniel Elías Martin- Herranz
Co-Founder & CSO at Chronomics
European Bioinformatics Institute, University of Cambridge
Jack Monahan & Adrien Leger, EMBL-EBI
Zamin Iqbal, EMBL-EBI
Alexander Patto and WaterScope
Jenny Molloy, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge
Heather Martinez and Gemma Gambrill, Qiagen
Kim Judge, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
David Seilly, Cambridge Veterinary School
Ben Wagstaff & Rob Field, John Innes Center Norwich
Elliot Brooks, UEA Norwich
Jenny Pratscher, Heriot-Watt University
Alina Ham, Oxford Nanopore Technologies
We are an interdisciplinary team of Cambridge PhD students who are passionate about applying DNA sequencing methods to solve environmental challenges.
Our task force combines knowledge and experience from various life science backgrounds with the curiosity to learn about and share experiences with cutting-edge portable DNA sequencing technology.
PuntSeq's expertise involves Arduino equipment handling, biological laboratory work, DNA sequencing, microbiology and bioinformatic analyses. In 2017, we received an OpenPlant grant and Public Engagement starter fund by the University of Cambridge, which allowed us to acquire our MinION and to undertake preliminary tests...