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iGEM Summer Program

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iGEM (international Genetically Engineered Machine) Competition - Are you interested in using biology to build new systems? The international Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition is a summer program that engages students in synthetic biology research. Each summer, a team of six to ten Harvard undergraduates collaborates on a novel research project of their own design, with the aim of creating biological systems that perform new functions. iGEM team members typically come from a variety of scientific backgrounds, ranging from molecular biology to engineering. Each November, iGEM teams from around the world gather to share their projects and ideas.

Note: iGEM will run for ten weeks during summer 2011. Participants receive a $4500 stipend. Visit the main iGEM website and/or the Harvard 2010 official wiki for more information.

Visit the Harvard iGEM blog and the Harvard iGEM wiki

Download a PDF of frequently asked questions about iGEM, and download an application form.

Information: Alain Viel

Deadline: February 28, 2011


 

iGem 2007 Student Interviews [9 minutes]


Produced by Leigh Stimolo, 2007.

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