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The 2010 Cambridge iGEM talk: E.glowi- Self-sufficient light output for biosensors and lighting

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This talk will be of interest to Engineering, Physical and Natural Science undergraduate students

The International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition in Synthetic Biology (iGEM) is an interdisciplinary contest in Synthetic Biology for undergraduate students. The competition is held in the spirit of robotics competitions in engineering fields, except that the students face the challenge of conceiving, designing and implementing a synthetic biological system using standard, interchangeable DNA parts or “BioBricks” and operating it in living cells

This years Cambridge team of undergraduate students will talk about their project on Self-sufficient light output for biosensors & lighting and their experiences over the summer culminating in the iGEM jamboree held at MIT , Boston last November.

More details about iGEM and Synthetic Biology at Cambridge can be found at:

http://www.synbio.org.uk/ http://www.synbio.org.uk/igem.html http://2010.igem.org/Team:Cambridge http://ung.igem.org/Main_Page

This talk is part of the Synthetic Biology series.

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