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Need Help Getting Ready for the Jamboree?

Want your presentation and poster to stand out at the Giant Jamboree? View the webinar to learn how you can make the most of your scientific poster presentation or check out the blog to get advice from an iGEM judge.

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We'll See You There!

Don’t forget to stop by the Promega booth at the Giant Jamboree to get a copy of the Molecular Biology Essentials Lab Guide (limit one per iGEM team). You can also learn about participating in our scavenger hunt—one lucky winner will receive a Promega iGEM Grant Sponsorship for next year’s competition!

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Crash Course Q&A

Learn tips and tricks from Promega scientists about ligation, site-directed mutagenesis and cloning as they answer questions from iGEM teams.

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Advanced Techniques Q&A

Our panel of technical experts answer questions from iGEM teams about advanced techniques, including CRISPR.

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iGEM Ask the Experts Live Q&A Webinar Series

In this 3-part series, Promega scientists answer questions from iGEM teams and offer advice about ligation, transformation and transfection.

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2019 Promega iGEM Grant Winners

Congratulations to the ten Promega iGEM Grant Award Recipients! Head to our Instagram story to see Promega Chairman and CEO Bill Linton announcing the winners, or check out the blog below to learn more about their projects.

Read about the winners

UAlberta

"We aim to provide a comprehensive solution by developing an automated field diagnostic system specific to N. ceranae to work in tandem with the treatment we made last year."

iGEM Bonn

"Our goal is to engineer plants to create ambient light through efficient naturally occurring bioluminescence systems."

Cairo University

"Reducing the concentration of salts in the water, especially NaCl, is our main objective."

MSP-Maastricht

"Team MSP aims to broaden the spectrum of surface receptors available by creating a synthetic genetic system which evolves new receptors capable of binding specific, user-defined molecular targets."

Northern BC

"The 2019 Northern BC iGEM Team will address the overdose crisis from a harm reduction perspective, creating an opioid sensor in Saccharomyces cerevisiae that can be used to test non-opioid recreational drugs for opioid contamination prior to consumption."

NUS Singapore

"We plan to extend the exponential phase of bacteria by making them undergo a 'sleep-wake' cycle, controlling the nutrient uptake rate of the bacteria and so extending the overall protein production window."

Sao-Carlos Brazil

"To produce food on a planet as extreme as Mars, we plan to apply synthetic biology tools to engineer a fermenting yeast that is able to amass melanin on its surface to become resistant to ultraviolet radiation."

iGEM Sorbonne Université

"We want to create an alternative way of producing palm oil in a green alga named Chlamydomonas reinhardtii."

Victoria Wellington

"Our goal is to produce a battery that is efficient, safe, and sustainable. Our contribution to renewable energy storage will be to improve an existing glycerol fuel cell."

NYU Abu Dhabi

"The NYUAD iGEM team aims to create a multiplex, affordable, modular, and flexible wearable device that can simultaneously and rapidly screen for multiple food and viral pathogens."

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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Read feature article: How Can Synthetic Biology Help Us Grow?

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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