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Cambridge Consultants join in supporting Cambridge-JIC iGEM Team to engineer chloroplasts
The Cambridge-JIC iGEM Team consists of ten undergraduates from Engineering and Natural Sciences working for 10 weeks this summer to engineer future synthetic biology tools and applications. Cambridge Consultants are one of the group of supporters helping them to deliver.
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Cambridge iGEM team win Gold Medal and Best Plant Synthetic Biology Prize at prestigious international competition
A team of Cambridge students have been awarded a Gold Medal and Best Plant Synthetic Biology Prize for their entry into the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Competition 2016.
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iGEM 2016: The story behind the gold medal winning project
The Cambridge-JIC iGEM Team won a Gold Medal and Plant Synthetic Biology Prize for their project on open source synthetic biology tools for chloroplast engineering in algae. Team member Ciara McCarthy takes us through how they did it!
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iGEM Update: Standardising DNA – why bother?
The Cambridge-JIC iGEM Team 2016 explored open source synthetic biology tools for chloroplast engineering in algae.
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iGEM Update: Using low-cost, well-documented, open-source hardware for synthetic biology
The Cambridge-JIC iGEM Team are exploring open source synthetic biology tools for chloroplast engineering in algae.
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Review of Plant Synthetic Biology at iGEM 2016
Geraint Parry of GARNet runs through the plant synthetic biology projects showcased at the iGEM 2016 Giant Jamboree, including the Cambridge-JIC team and their work on chloroplast engineering in Chlamydomonas rheinhardtii.
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