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iGEM - The international Genetically Engineered Machine competition
iGEM is an international arena where student teams compete to design and assemble engineered machines using advanced genetic components and technologies. Learn more.

The Imperial College iGEM Team: Deepti Aswani, Tom Hinson, Chueh-Loo Poh, John Chattaway, Jonathan Wells, Jiongjun Bai, Christin Sander, Farah Vohra, John Sy, Vincent Rouilly

Current Events

  • Hotel@MIT discounted rooms: see the Jamboree page for details.
  • The Boston-area schools had a get together on July 28th - find out more
  • The UK teams had a meeting in Cambridge on July 24th/25th - check the report
  • Browse or contribute to iGEM pictures or videos. Media wanted!

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iGEM News

News reports focusing on iGEM and the Registry from the greater scientific community and beyond...

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iGEM Program Sponsorship

iGEM is an initiative of the MIT iCampus program, which is funded by Microsoft Corp. iCampus sponsors faculty innovations in educational technology, helps incubate them through classroom use, and promotes their adoption, evaluation and continued evolution through worldwide multi-institutional cooperation.

iGEM Competition c/o 32 Vassar Street, Room 314, Cambridge, MA 02139 (617) 258 5244 | Join iGEM | Support iGEM

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