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    <div class="newsDate">May 1, 2014</div>
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    <h3>Last day for late registration!</h3>
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    <p>Today is the last day for late registration! To register your team, complete the <a href="http://igem.org/IGEM_2014_Registration">registration application</a>, including the shipping information and resource description sections, and submit the <a href="http://2014.igem.org/Team_Registration_Fee">team registration fee</a>. </p>
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<p>Questions? Feel free to contact us at hq (at) igem (dot) org!</p>
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    <div class="newsDate">Apr 21, 2014</div>
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    <h3>Apply to work with SYNENERGENE partners!</h3>
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    <p>Are you looking for an exciting Policy & Practices challenge? Do you want to explore your project with think tanks, experts, policymakers, science museums, and public engagement specialists? Learn about <a href="http://igem.org/SYNENERGENE">SYNENERGENE</a>, read the <a href="http://2014.igem.org/SYNENERGENE_Calls_for_Proposals">open calls/invitations</a>, and apply now! First proposals are due <strong>May 30, 2014</strong>.</p>
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<div class="newsDate">Apr 01, 2014</div>
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<h3>Late Registration is open</a></h3>
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<p>Don't miss the opportunity to participate in iGEM 2014! Late registration will be open until May 1st and the registration fee is currently $4000 USD.</p>
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                <p>Please visit the <a href="http://igem.org/IGEM_2014_Registration"> registration page </a> and the <a href="http://2014.igem.org/Team_Registration_Fee">team fee page</a> for more information</p>
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<div class="newsDate">Apr 01, 2014</div>
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<h3>Team approvals and <a href="http://2014.igem.org/Sections">sections</a></h3>
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<p>Registered for iGEM 2014 and wondering when your team will be approved? Team applications will be approved soon, and we thank you for your patience as we process the applications of <a href="http://igem.org/Team_List?year=2014">200+ teams</a>!</p>
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                <p>The default section for pending teams is the Overgraduate section, until a team has been approved by iGEM HQ. After approval, teams will be assigned to either the Overgraduate or Undergraduate section based on the ages of students listed on the roster. See the <a href="http://2014.igem.org/Sections">Sections</a> page for more information.</p>
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<div class="newsDate">Mar 28, 2014</div>
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<h3>Passed the <a href="http://igem.org/Team_List">200 team</a> mark!</h3>
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News
May 1, 2014

Last day for late registration!

Today is the last day for late registration! To register your team, complete the registration application, including the shipping information and resource description sections, and submit the team registration fee.

Questions? Feel free to contact us at hq (at) igem (dot) org!

Apr 21, 2014

Apply to work with SYNENERGENE partners!

Are you looking for an exciting Policy & Practices challenge? Do you want to explore your project with think tanks, experts, policymakers, science museums, and public engagement specialists? Learn about SYNENERGENE, read the open calls/invitations, and apply now! First proposals are due May 30, 2014.

Apr 01, 2014

Late Registration is open

Don't miss the opportunity to participate in iGEM 2014! Late registration will be open until May 1st and the registration fee is currently $4000 USD.

Please visit the registration page and the team fee page for more information

Apr 01, 2014

Team approvals and sections

Registered for iGEM 2014 and wondering when your team will be approved? Team applications will be approved soon, and we thank you for your patience as we process the applications of 200+ teams!

The default section for pending teams is the Overgraduate section, until a team has been approved by iGEM HQ. After approval, teams will be assigned to either the Overgraduate or Undergraduate section based on the ages of students listed on the roster. See the Sections page for more information.

Note: If students do not provide age information, the team will be assigned to the Overgraduate section.

Mar 28, 2014

Passed the 200 team mark!

Mar 28, 2014

Regular Registration ends today!

Don't miss the opportunity to participate in iGEM 2014! Today is the last of the regular registration period!

Late registration beings tomorrow and the fee goes up by $500 USD. Visit the Team Registration Fee Page for more details.

Note: Late registration will end in May 1.

Mar 26, 2014

Registration deadline for iGEM 2014 is the 31st of March! Don't miss out! Register for iGEM 2014 now!

Mar 19, 2014

New Track Registration deadline 31st of March

Thinking about participating in one of our seven new tracks in 2014? Please tell us now and sign up on your team page! Especially for Microfluidics, we need to plan ahead so that we can have enough equipment ready for the workshop.

Not sure what track your team is currently in? Look up your team on our Team Track page.

Check out our tracks page at 2014.igem.org/Tracks.

Mar 19, 2014

Previous iGEM teams map by SynBio Consulting

We're already in our 10th year of iGEM in 2014! There have been over a thousand teams so far in the duration of the competition. So where are they and what did they work on? Check out SynBio Consulting's map on our previous competitions page to see a geographic distribution of teams and projects.

This map has info up to 2013. We're waiting for all the teams to register for the 2014 competition and will put one up a new map when it's ready!

Mar 18, 2014

Two weeks left to Register for iGEM 2014!

Mar 17, 2014

Be sure to check your email, we just sent out our March Newsletter.
Find out more about our new tracks and interesting FAQs!

Mar 11, 2014

Special: Multiple Team Discount

Register multiple teams from one school and get a $1000 discount! See details on the fees page.

Mar 10, 2014

New Track: Measurement

The foundation of all engineering disciplines is built on the ability to repeatedly measure precise properties of your system. Creation of new units of measurement can lead to great advancements in human progress. One such example is creation of the Ohm measure of electrical resistance leading to construction of the first successful transatlantic communications cable.

What can you measure precisely and with high repeatability in synthetic biology? What new units can you create that the field will use to make the next leap in human progress? What unit will you be known for that will still be in use in a 100 years?

If you’re interested in these problems, check out the Measurement New Track. We have an inter-lab study that all teams can participate in! The parts are in the 2014 Distribution! If you’re passionate about building new tools and want to get involved, check out our Measurement New Track page!

Mar 7, 2014

New Track: Policy & Practices

Are you interested in how synbio and iGEM will be regulated? What are the rules in your country regarding the release of engineered organisms into the wild? Do you know if you can test your awesome iGEM project in the field legally?

We’re faced with many challenging issues in getting synthetic biology acknowledged, understood and not feared by regulators. We need iGEM teams who are going to tackle the hard questions and approach and inform their legislators, law makers and policy makers about synbio.

If you’re passionate about these issues and want to get involved, check out our Policy and Practices New Track page! Human Practices has always been a core component of iGEM teams, but now you can choose P&P as your main project!

Mar 7, 2014

New Track: Microfluidics

Already registered for iGEM? Not sure what to work on yet? Looking for something cool to do over the summer? Interested in Microfluidics?

Check out our New 2014 Microfluidics track! We’re having a workshop at iGEM HQ where you get to build your own 8 channel controller and some chips. You’ll get to go home with the kit and any extra chips you can make. We’ll teach you everything you need to build, test and run the kit.

There will be a fee to attend the workshop, but you’ll go home with your own 8 channel controller!Check out the New Track page here:Microfluidics

Mar 7, 2014

Fees

There are two types of iGEM fees: the team registration fee and Jamboree attendance fee. Read more about fees in iGEM at 2014.igem.org/Fees.

Mar 7, 2014

New Tracks

iGEM has a diverse range of project tracks, from health and medicine to food and energy with many projects in-between. This year, we’re introducing seven New Tracks to bring even more diversity into the competition. Part of the reason for these new tracks is to highlight the different participation requirements and evaluation. We want teams to pick their New Track earlier, so we can help you over the course of the summer.

Check out the New Tracks page for more information.

Feb 28, 2014

Passed the 100 team mark!

Feb 18, 2014

37 teams in the first 4 days of iGEM 2014 Registration!

Feb 14, 2014

Register is now OPEN for iGEM 2014

Registration for iGEM 2014 is open until March 31! Team instructors, register your team by completing the registration application, and submitting the registration fee. Be sure to read the Requirements page, also.

Jan 21, 2014

2013 was a banner year for iGEM! Read a review of last year’s competition and teams in the 2013 Annual Review.