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As a proud sponsor of iGEM 2019, we provide tools, resources and comprehensive support to iGEM teams looking to make their project a success. Have specific questions about your project? Our scientists are ready to help with anything.

2019 Promega iGEM Grant

We're looking for ten teams with bold ideas to receive $2,000 in free Promega products. Tell us about your project—What problem are you addressing, and what is your proposed solution? What challenges does your team face? Share your story and you could receive the 2019 Promega iGEM Grant.

Applications will be accepted until 11:59pm CST on May 17, 2019, and winners will be announced June 7, 2019 on our Instagram channel and posted on this page. The application link will be posted on this page in late February, so be sure to check back here! 

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Ask the Experts

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Having issues with an experiment? Not sure which assay will give you the answer you're looking for? Want to know more about a technique? Our Technical Support Scientists are here to help!

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Crash Course Q&A

During the 2018 season, a panel of Promega scientists answered questions from iGEM teams about ligation, site-directed mutagenesis and cloning. Watch the recording to hear tips and tricks for successful experiments.

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Advanced Techniques Q&A

Later in the 2018 season, our panel of technical experts delivered a second webinar about advanced techniques, including CRISPR. Watch the recording to hear how they answered questions from iGEM teams. 

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Want to explore more molecular biology-related resources?

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2018 Sponsored Teams

Edinburgh OG

Project Name: Valeris.ED: Bio-based and biodegradable thermoplastics production by Escherichia coli with heterologous polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA).

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iGEM NYU Abu Dhabi

Project Name: Pathogene: A portable, low-cost, microfluidic lab-on-a-chip based device for rapid detection of multiple foodborne pathogens.

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Makerere Uganda

Project Name: Plastic biodegradation

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Manchester

Project Name: Man-Cheester: Development of Listeria monocytogenes biosensor for use in cheese starter cultures

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RDFZ China

Project Name: Xscape

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Stony Brook

Project Name: The Sucrose Factory

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Tacoma RAINmakers

Project Name: Ticket or Quit It: Protecting Families from Arsenic Contamination

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TecMonterrey GDL

Project Name: Lactobachill: A smart psychobiotic with anxiolytic and antidepressant properties

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UI Indonesia

Project Name: Finding Diphthy: Utilization of LuxAB-eYFT Resonance Energy Transfer System to Detect Diphtheria Toxin

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Unesp Brazil

Project Name: Hope: A framework to engineer living therapeutics

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