November 19th, 2014 | Category: iGEM | Leave a comment

iGEM 2015

As one of our previous iGEM team members put it: “Ever wanted to . . .   RESSURECT THE DINOSAURS!? Grow a GLOW-IN-THE DARK TREE!? Are you: Looking for something to do in summer 2015. . . . . . With a chance to travel to Boston USA!? Exeter iGEM 2015 could be for you!” Yes, […]

April 28th, 2014 | Category: Blogs, iGEM, Seminars | Leave a comment

Research-led teaching opportunities for early career researchers

Thanks to Mary Williams (Features Editor, The Plant Cell – working to promote plant science literacy and skillful teaching) for attending our recent ‘Research-Led Teaching’ workshop and for this write-up, posted on the ASPB Blog and reproduced here with kind permission.

January 24th, 2014 | Category: iGEM | Leave a comment

iGEM Exeter 2014: Call for Applicants

Calling Exeter Students. Applications for Exeter’s iGEM 2014 team are now invited. As I hope you are aware in our first year we achieved bronze, last year silver and this year…well, no pressure. We are looking to build a multidisciplinary team of 10 students with likely representation from Physics, Maths, Engineering, Computer Science, Biosciences, Psychology […]

November 28th, 2013 | Category: Beginner's Guides, E. coli, iGEM, Microbiology, Saccharomyces, Synthetic Biology | Leave a comment

Synthetic Biology & its Application

As promised here are a few notes and links on the key points of today’s lecture: Synthetic Biology and its Application (28th November 2013). Follow the links for further information. Synthetic Biology – it’s not what you do, it’s the way that you do it. Three key aims of synthetic biology were highlighted: the first […]

May 22nd, 2013 | Category: iGEM | Leave a comment

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New link on the right hand side though currently empty

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