Team:University College London/Notebook/Week9

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<div class="notebook-human">'''Human Practice -Speed Debate:''' We hosted an evening of speed debating to deliberate the question “Should synthetic organisms be released in the ocean to combat plastic pollution?”. The evening was a success! Attendees ranged from all different backgrounds including Bloomberg, London Futurists group, London Hackspace and the Guardian. Check out the <html><a href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:University_College_London/HumanPractice/SpeedDebating" title="Article" target="_blank">Speed Debating wiki page</a></html>.</div>
<div class="notebook-human">'''Human Practice -Speed Debate:''' We hosted an evening of speed debating to deliberate the question “Should synthetic organisms be released in the ocean to combat plastic pollution?”. The evening was a success! Attendees ranged from all different backgrounds including Bloomberg, London Futurists group, London Hackspace and the Guardian. Check out the <html><a href="http://2012.igem.org/Team:University_College_London/HumanPractice/SpeedDebating" title="Article" target="_blank">Speed Debating wiki page</a></html>.</div>
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<div class="notebook-meeting"> '''Meeting - Supervisor.''' The whole team met with Darren, our supervisor to discuss our problems in the wet lab.</div>
== Wednesday 8th August ==
== Wednesday 8th August ==

Revision as of 15:28, 8 August 2012

Contents

Notebook: Week 9

Preparations | Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5 | Week 6 | Week 7 | Week 8 | Week 9 | Week 10 | Week 11 | Week 12 | Week 13 | Week 14 | Week 15 | Week 16

Aims of the Week

The aims of the week include continuing with attempts at ligation in the lab, and the transformation of any remaining BioBricks. On the wiki, we hope to get a more detailed account of our research on the site, and continue with our new Lab book. As far as modelling is concerned, we need to create a more advanced version of the degradation model, and to create a basic model for cell toxicity and salt tolerance. With regard Human Practice, our speed debate is this week, so we want to hear the different opinions from the public regarding the release/use of synthetic organisms to combat pollution, and also explore into the ethical, social and legal issues concerned with this.

Monday 6th August

Achievement. We were successful with our Beacon Bursary application! The panel were impressed by our project and are helping us fund the workshops in our collaboration with London Hackspace.

Tuesday 7th August

Human Practice -Speed Debate: We hosted an evening of speed debating to deliberate the question “Should synthetic organisms be released in the ocean to combat plastic pollution?”. The evening was a success! Attendees ranged from all different backgrounds including Bloomberg, London Futurists group, London Hackspace and the Guardian. Check out the Speed Debating wiki page.
Meeting - Supervisor. The whole team met with Darren, our supervisor to discuss our problems in the wet lab.

Wednesday 8th August

Human Practice - International Maritime Organization: Bethan organised for us to visit the Maritime Knowledge Centre of the International Maritime Organization.
Meeting - wiki. Philipp and Bethan met to discuss a contact web to visually acknowledge all of the people that have contributed to our project.