Welcome to Princeton's 2006 intercollegiate Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) team wiki. Princeton is one of forty schools from around the world participating in creating synthetic genetic "machines" via the iGEM competition. This is our third year in the iGEM program. Our hope is to make a significant contribution to the community at large and have some fun along the way.
- June 12th is our first official day! Please report to the basement of Lewis Thomas Lab (LTL) in the teaching lab at 9am. Please see the Princeton campus map for the location of LTL. Please be sure to pick up a packet and a name tag when you arrive. We will take a team picture and individual pictures at 3:30pm in the teaching lab.
- Biosafety will hold a special session to satisfy the university's requirements at 10am, June 12th in the LTL teaching lab. You MUST attend this session in order to be in this program. EXCEPTIONS: PRISM-REU students will attend the 1pm-3pm Lab safety session on June 12th in the Frick building (refer to the campus map above).