IGEM:Stanford/2010/Notebook/5 April 2010

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Meeting Agenda

1. Each team member independently brainstorms 3 ideas in each category for a total of 12 ideas per person.

2. We then go through and put all the 60 ideas on the board under particular categories

3. From each of the 60 ideas, team members rapidly generate as many related project ideas as possible (i.e. ways to implement the idea, branch-off ideas, etc.)

4. Once all the ideas have been generated, students will go through and pict their favorite ideas to flesh out for next time.

Meeting Notes

300-400 ideas were generated at the meeting. Students ended up picking the ideas that intrigued them the most (see next week's meeting)


Please link here with the following title format (yourname_Presentation1)

File:KarinaPadilla Presentation1.ppt

File:Francisco Presentation1.ppt

File:Christopher slides.ppt

File:GregOwen Presentation1.ppt

File:Alejandro Virrueta Presentation1.ppt

Photographs from Meeting

Fig 1 Close-up of brainstorm stickies
Fig 2 Alex and Chris working through the brainstormed ideas
Fig 3 Team members choosing their favorite ideas
Fig 4 Team members choosing their favorite ideas
Fig 5 Entire brainstorm wall


Agenda Items for the Next Meeting

  • Take home two of your favorite generated ideas and come up with a simple input-output schema for implementing it. Design a 2-4 slide delineating your input-output scheme.