Lunna Li attended the University of Cambridge – Trinity College for her undergraduate and graduate degrees. She obtained her B. A and M. Sci. in Natural Sciences in 2012 and her Ph.D. in Chemistry in 2017. She joined the LBELL group in 2017 as a research fellow from the SUTD and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her research involves using classical molecular dynamics simulations to probe the binding mechanism of the bio-templating of nanomaterials via natural organisms for genetic engineering and biomaterials design, for example, electrodes and digital memory. She also specializes in free energy calculations and solubility predictions. Lunna has been first authors on a number of peer-reviewed papers which have been highly cited in the field since publication.