Figure 1: Schematic project overview
In October our concept will be presented at iGEM (international Genetically Engineered Machine competition), the biggest international competition on synthetic biology, where more than 340 teams from 44 countries try to solve a world problem with the use of synthetic biology.
Do you want to know more about TU Delft iGEM team’s project? Then visit their website for more information at igemtudelft.nl and sign up for their newsletter.
The team is always happy to answer questions via e-mail. You can follow them on Facebook and Twitter to stay in touch about their last sprint to the competition in October.
Also check out the clip on their project at youtube.
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The iGem TU Delft team – from left to right: Lisbeth Schmidtchen; Timmy Paez; Gemma van der Voort; Lisa Büller; Jard Mattens; Janine Nijenhuis; Alex Armstrong; Nicole Bennis; Kavish Kohabir; Venda Mangkusaputra; Susan Bouwmeester; Monique de Leeuw
By Susan Bouwmeester and Dr Andreas Ebertz