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<li><p>Premiered and beta-tested our <a class="orange" href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Calgary/Outreach/VideoGame">video game LAB ESCAPE!</a> at the <a class="orange" href="http://www.sparkscience.ca">Calgary Telus Spark World of Science</a>.</p></li>
<li><p>Premiered and beta-tested our <a class="orange" href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:Calgary/Outreach/VideoGame">video game LAB ESCAPE!</a> at the <a class="orange" href="http://www.sparkscience.ca">Calgary Telus Spark World of Science</a>.</p></li>
<li><p> Characterize the rhamnose and mgtA system with the S7 nuclease. <a class="orange"</a></li>
<li><p> Characterize the rhamnose and mgtA system with the S7 nuclease. <a class="orange"</a></li>
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<li><p> Characterize a glycine auxotroph system to work in conjunction the rhamnose system.<a class="orange"</a></li>  
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<li><p> Characterize a glycine auxotroph system to work in conjunction the rhamnose system.<a class="orange"></a></li>  
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Accomplishments

Our team had many accomplishments throughout the summer of 2012!

Please see the Post Regional page for our results between Regionals and the Finals!

In our Human Practices project, we...


In terms of FRED, we...

  • Constructed a transposon library in Pseudomonas, identifying two positive hits sensitive to a variety of tailings pond toxins.

  • Submitted and electrochemically characterized the function of two novel hydrolase enzymes from E. coli, demonstrating the validity and potential of a triple-output system with high sensitivity and little background noise.

  • Designed and wet-lab verified a kinetic model of electrochemical gene expression.

  • Designed both hardware and software for a biosensor prototype.


In terms of OCSAR, we...