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<h3Drylab Overview</h3>
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<b>Drylab: </b>
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The team responsible for designing and implementing systems necessary to carry out the application of synthetic biology.<br></br>
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The team responsible for designing and implementing systems necessary to carry out the application of synthetic biology.
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We believe current iGEM proof of concept applications are inadequate and seek to raise the bar.<br></br>
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We believe that the standard of iGEM applications could be greatly improved; we seek to raise the bar.<br>
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Our application, "Septimus Prime," pictured right, has been strictly designed to meet a set of functional requirements established by our mission.<br></br>
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Our application, "Septimus Prime," pictured right, has been strictly designed to meet a set of functional requirements established by our mission.<br>
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It is currently fully functional and in the testing stage.<br></br>
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It is currently functional and in the testing stage.<br>
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Our primary workspace is provided by Professor Bruce Land of Cornell University's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.<br></br>
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Our primary workspace is provided by Professor Bruce Land of Cornell University's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.<br>
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<p></p><b>2012 Primary Objective:</b>
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To create a self-sustained field-deployable biosensor using the Cornell iGEM Wetlab engineered strain of Shewanella onidensis for continuous operation over a period  of six months
To create a self-sustained field-deployable biosensor using the Cornell iGEM Wetlab engineered strain of Shewanella onidensis for continuous operation over a period  of six months
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Latest revision as of 04:07, 4 October 2012

Dry Lab Overview

Drylab: The team responsible for designing and implementing systems necessary to carry out the application of synthetic biology. We believe that the standard of iGEM applications could be greatly improved; we seek to raise the bar.
Our application, "Septimus Prime," pictured right, has been strictly designed to meet a set of functional requirements established by our mission.
It is currently functional and in the testing stage.
Our primary workspace is provided by Professor Bruce Land of Cornell University's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.

2012 Primary Objective: To create a self-sustained field-deployable biosensor using the Cornell iGEM Wetlab engineered strain of Shewanella onidensis for continuous operation over a period of six months