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Revision as of 10:27, 19 February 2015


Cellock Holmes - A Case of Identity

Welcome to the iGEM Aachen 2014 Wiki!

Until now, an ideal method to detect pathogenic bacteria is still elusive. The existing techniques require expensive equipment, trained personnel or labourious routines.

We, the iGEM team Aachen, have developed a '''novel biosensor system''' called ''Cellock Holmes'' that '''detects bacteria on solid surfaces''' using a low-cost, rapid and portable technique.

In this project, we demonstrate a unique way of combining '''Open Source biology, software and hardware'''.

Achievements

Best Measurement Project


Best Supporting Software


Safety Commendation


Gold Medal




Bürgerstiftung Aachen
Niersverband Genscript Eurofins Genomics Labomedic
BMBF IDT m2p labs Carl Roth pro RWTH
Institute of Applied Microbiology - iAMB Institute for Molecular Biotechnology Helmholtz Association - Initiative on Synthetic Biology Aachen Biology and Biotechnology - ABBt Forschungszentrum Jülich Fab Lab Aachen Schwaneberg Group