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Use this page to answer the questions on the  [[Safety | safety page]].
Use this page to answer the questions on the  [[Safety | safety page]].
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<p>Before answering these questions on your team Safety page, be sure to read the <a href="http://igem.org/Safety" style="font-weight:bold;">Safety in iGEM</a> page.</p>
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<p><strong>Key questions </strong></p>
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<p>For iGEM 2012, teams are asked to detail how they approached any issues of biological safety associated with their projects. Specifically, teams should consider the following questions: </p>
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    <li><strong>Would any of your project ideas raise safety issues in terms of:
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        <li> researcher safety, </li>
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        <li> public safety, or </li>
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    <li><strong> Do any of the new BioBrick parts (or devices) that you made this year raise any safety issues? If yes,
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        <li> did you document these issues in the Registry? </li>
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        <li> how did you manage to handle the safety issue? </li>
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        <li> How could other teams learn from your experience? </li>
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    <li><strong>Is there a local biosafety group, committee, or review board at your institution? </strong>
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            <li> If yes, what does your local biosafety group think about your project? </li>
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            <li> If no, which specific biosafety rules or guidelines do you have to consider in your country? </li>
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    <li><strong>Do you have any other ideas how to deal with safety issues that could be useful for future iGEM competitions? How could parts, devices and systems be made even safer through biosafety engineering? </strong></li>
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<p><span class="style1">Teams, please document any answers to these safety questions on your wiki safety page. Judges will be asked to evaluate your project, in part, on the basis of if and how you considered and addressed issues of biological safety.</span> If any questions arise regarding iGEM and biological safety please send an email to safety AT igem.org. </p>
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Revision as of 14:18, 23 May 2012

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Use this page to answer the questions on the safety page.

Before answering these questions on your team Safety page, be sure to read the Safety in iGEM page.

Key questions

For iGEM 2012, teams are asked to detail how they approached any issues of biological safety associated with their projects. Specifically, teams should consider the following questions:

  1. Would any of your project ideas raise safety issues in terms of:
    • researcher safety,
    • public safety, or
    • environmental safety?
  2. Do any of the new BioBrick parts (or devices) that you made this year raise any safety issues? If yes,
    • did you document these issues in the Registry?
    • how did you manage to handle the safety issue?
    • How could other teams learn from your experience?
  3. Is there a local biosafety group, committee, or review board at your institution?
    • If yes, what does your local biosafety group think about your project?
    • If no, which specific biosafety rules or guidelines do you have to consider in your country?
  4. Do you have any other ideas how to deal with safety issues that could be useful for future iGEM competitions? How could parts, devices and systems be made even safer through biosafety engineering?

 

Teams, please document any answers to these safety questions on your wiki safety page. Judges will be asked to evaluate your project, in part, on the basis of if and how you considered and addressed issues of biological safety. If any questions arise regarding iGEM and biological safety please send an email to safety AT igem.org.