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Our team consists of 14 undergraduate students from various disciplinces (Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biology, Pharmaceutics). We are the very first team to represent our university at iGEM.
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Team Tuebingen




Who we are



Advisors:

  • Ralf Jansen (Biochemistry)
  • Oliver Kohlbacher (Bioinformatics)
  • Kristian Apel (Pharmaceutical Biology)
  • Alfred Nordheim (Cell Biology)
  • Lutz Heide (Pharmaceutical Biology)


Undergrads:

  • Jochen Bauer
  • Alfred Hanswillemenke
  • Simon Heumos
  • Samuel Künst
  • Jakob Matthes
  • Simeon Roßmann
  • Jan Rudolph
  • David Schiel
  • Sebastian Schlick
  • Yannik Severin
  • Nicolai Wahn
  • Mirjam Weber
  • Lukas Zimmermann
  • Joel Eichmann


What we did

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Where we're from

We study at the Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen which has plenty of course of studies in the Humanities and Sciences. It goes back to the 15th century and was home to many famous poets and thinkers.

In the past laboratory located in Schloss Hohentübingen, Friedrich Miescher discovered the nucleic acids in 1868.


We come from the beautiful city of Tübingen, located in Southern Germany on the Neckar river. Tübingen is home to approx. 25,000 students, among the 85,000 citizens.