Judging/Judging Forms

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Judging forms allow you and your team to communicate your achievements with the judges. When judges evaluate your team, they will look at your wiki, see your presentation and come visit you at your poster. But judges have many wikis to evaluate and sometimes pages can be hard to find. They also might not know which of your parts is the best one, the one they should evaluate for the "Best New Basic Part" or "Best New Composite Part" award.   
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<a href="http://igem.org/Team_Judging?year=2014">Judging Forms</a> allow you and your team to communicate your achievements with the judges. When judges evaluate your team, they will look at your wiki, see your presentation and come visit you at your poster. But judges have many wikis to evaluate and sometimes pages can be hard to find. They also might not know which of your parts is the best one, the one they should evaluate for the "Best New Basic Part" or "Best New Composite Part" award.   
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You can access your judging form <a href="http://igem.org/Team_Judging?year=2014">here</a>.
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You can access your judging form <a href="http://igem.org/Team_Judging?year=2014">here</a>. The form will be available about the 7th of October.
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Revision as of 19:20, 3 October 2014

iGEM 2014 Judging Form

Judging Forms allow you and your team to communicate your achievements with the judges. When judges evaluate your team, they will look at your wiki, see your presentation and come visit you at your poster. But judges have many wikis to evaluate and sometimes pages can be hard to find. They also might not know which of your parts is the best one, the one they should evaluate for the "Best New Basic Part" or "Best New Composite Part" award.

The judging form allows you to communicate this information to the Judges so they don't miss the most important pages on your wiki and your best parts. Judging forms are based on medal criteria, so make sure you have met the medal criteria for your specific track. Please note that unless you're participating in a New Track, your medal requirements are based on the medal criteria for all teams.

If your team is in a new track, your medal criteria can be found here:

  1. Art & Design
  2. Community Labs
  3. Measurement
  4. Microfluidics
  5. Policy & Practices
  6. Software

Please note there are no medal criteria for Entrepreneurship teams at this time.

Judging Form Deadlines

We will open the judging forms about the 7th of October. They must be completed by the 17th of October.

Judging Form links

You can access your judging form here. The form will be available about the 7th of October.