Team:UIUC-Illinois/Outreach

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We explained the
We explained the
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amazing uses of biobricks bydisplaying plates with drawings colored by E. Coli transformed with
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amazing uses of biobricks by displaying plates with drawings colored by E. Coli transformed with
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The 2012 UIUC iGEM is pleased to contribute an exhibit on fluorescent E. Coli, where the
The 2012 UIUC iGEM is pleased to contribute an exhibit on fluorescent E. Coli, where the
wonder of synthetic biology and genetic engineering is revealed! For more information,
wonder of synthetic biology and genetic engineering is revealed! For more information,
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click <a href="http://www.igb.illinois.edu/igb-calendar/genome-day.">here</a><br/>
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click <a href="http://www.igb.illinois.edu/igb-calendar/genome-day.">here</a><br/><br/>
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Revision as of 06:21, 2 October 2012

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Outreach

Human Practices
  • Overview
  • EOH
  • Lincoln's Challenge
  • GMO Collaboration
  • Genome Day
  • Further Resources
  • Contact Us
  • Mission Statement

    The UIUC 2012 iGEM team has embraced human practices as an opportunity to develop our own sense of ethics and responsibility while promoting general knowledge about synthetic biology.

    We have decided to focus our energies on a collaboration to produce informative and thought provoking videos on genetically modified organisms as well as individual presentations on synthetic biology within the Champaign-Urbana community.

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