I am Senior Research Associate in Computational Nanobiology in the ICOS group at Newcastle University, UK. I am currently involved with modelling DNA nanodevices for Synthetic Biology applications.
Reverse Engineering DNA Origami Nanostructure Designs from Raw Scaffold and Staple Sequence Lists
Shirt-Ediss, B. et al. bioRxiv 2023.05.03.53926 (2023).
A Last-In First-Out Stack Data Structure Implemented in DNA
Lopiccolo, A., Shirt-Ediss, B. et al. Nature Communications 12, 4861 (2021).
My doctoral thesis was centred on the origins of cellular life problem, where I argued that the emergence of cellular life should be tackled from the view point of the emergence of autonomous protocell systems.
My areas of scientific interest are:
Other misc software projects:
Contact me! ben[at]shirt-ediss.me