Sabina Caneva is a tenure track Assistant Professor in Bionanoscience at TU Delft. She obtained a BSc and MSc in Materials Science from Oxford University (2012) and PhD in Engineering from the University of Cambridge (2016). Subsequently, she joined the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience in Delft as a postdoctoral researcher and Marie Curie Research Fellow, working jointly between the Department of Bionanoscience and the Department of Quantum Nanoscience. Her work focused on molecular electronics with novel 2D material quantum tunnelling devices. In May 2020, Dr Caneva started her independent research group at the Department of Precision and Microsystems Engineering at TU Delft. Her interdisciplinary team develops new nanoelectromechanical systems and instrumentation to study biology at the smallest scale using a combination of 2D material nanophotonics, DNA nanotechnology and acoustofluidics. She received national and international grants including a Delft Technology Fellowship (2020), an NWO-ENW-XS grant (2021) and an ERC Starting Grant (2021).