Tag:   Synthetic biology

We won the gold medal at the iGEM competiton
        
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  15 December, 2014
        


Written by the NTNU iGEM team together with Rahmi Lale. The Giant Jamboree is over. It feels like a chapter in our lives has ended. The Jamboree was massive, just check out this picture, and there are an overwhelming amount of impressions left…and YES, we achieved our goal and won the gold medal. What is… Read More »

Only two days away from the competition
        
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  28 October, 2014
        


Written by the NTNU iGEM team together with Rahmi Lale. The Giant Jamboree competition 2014 is only two days away. Hynes Convention Center in Boston is hosting the event on 30 October – 3 November. Here, 2.500 Synthetic Biology researchers from 245 universities in 32 countries are participating. One of these teams is from NTNU.… Read More »

Competing in Synthetic biology
        
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  26 August, 2014
        


Written by the NTNU iGEM team together with Rahmi Lale. Synthetic biology is an interdisciplinary field with the aim of modifying and/or engineering organisms to perform specific functions (e.g. synthesis of desired compounds). The fulfilment of these aims is based on altering the genetic structure of the organism, which governs its internal processes. A computer-based… Read More »