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Index

Questioning Central Dogma

The Central Dogma of Molecular Biology is the foundation of modern-day synthetic, molecular, and microbiology. While countless innovations in medicine and technology are based on the truth of the doctrine, it does not always accurately predict results in the lab. The Penn State iGEM team questions the central dogma with genetic constructs explore deviations from the norm.

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Judging Criteria


Bronze Medal

Team Registration
Complete
Team Wiki
Complete
Complete a Poster and Talk at the Jamboree
Pending
Submit a new BioBrick Part
Complete

Silver Medal

Demonstrate that a new BioBrick of the team's design worked as expected
Pending
Characterize the operation of a new BioBrick of the team's design and enter this information
Pending

Gold Medal

Improve the function of an existing BioBrick and post the information to the registry
Pending
Help another iGEM team
Incomplete
Outline and detail a new approach to Human Practices in Synthetic Biology as it relates to the team's project
Pending