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<td ><strong>Position</td><td >Name</td><td >Email</strong></td></tr>
<tr><td>Administrative Director</td><td>Colin Hoffman</td><td><a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org" /></td></tr>
<tr><td>Administrative Director</td><td>Colin Hoffman</td><td><a href="mailto:email@example.com"/
Revision as of 12:40, 10 June 2010
U of I is proud to introduce the 2009 International Genetically Engineered Machines team. This summer we will be using computational and statistical tools to solve ground breaking biological research problems. We can use machine learning algorithms and theory to predict gene expressions and protein structure, understand protein-protein interactions, and examine complex biomolecular systems. We will advance the field of biology by modeling nature with data structures and exploring their interactions with each other. If you are looking for somewhere to apply your computer science knowledge, look away from Microsoft and apply for iGEM! No previous biological experience necessary.
The Software Tools track is an experimental track that is new for iGEM. Thus, judging for the Software Tools track will have Area-specific requirements for medals as detailed below (because the work and requirements are different, medals that Software Tools teams can earn are known colloquially within iGEM as "mousepads" but, don't worry, you can tell the world that you earned a medal). Software Tools teams are also eligible for selection as Finalists, Grand Prizes, and Special Prizes.
|Administrative Director||Colin Hoffmanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Science Director||Jeremy Kemballemail@example.com|
iGEM Competition Requirements
The requirements to earn a Gold Mousepad, in addition to the Silver Mousepad requirements, are:
1. Help another iGEM team by, for example, analyzing a Part, debugging a Device, or modeling or simulating a System.
2. Develop and document a new technical standard that supports the (i) design of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (ii) construction of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (iii) characterization of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (iv) analysis, modeling, and simulation of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (v) sharing of BioBrick Parts or Devices, either via physical DNA or as information via the internet.
3. Outline and detail a new approach to an issue of Human Practice in synthetic biology as it relates to your project, such as safety, security, ethics, or ownership, sharing, and innovation.
Saurabh Sinha Assistant professor researching Bioinformatics in CS.
Dr. Nathan Price Assistant professor researching systems biology working in the Institute of Genomic Biology and part of the Chemical Engineering department.
Dr. Kaustubh Bhalerao Assistant Professor in Agricultural Engineering.
Questions about our OpenWetWare page? Please email us at illinoisiGEM@gmail.com.