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             <h5><center><a href="http://2014.igem.org/Judging/Awards" target="_blank">Cellulose Acetate and Biomaterial Production</a></h5>
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<div class="sub"><img src="http://2014.igem.org/wiki/images/3/3d/SBSiGEM2014_Check_Icon.png"><a href="http://www.bchs.uh.edu/people/detail/?155622-961-5=tcooper" target="_blank">Tim Cooper at University of Houston for <i>Pseudomonas fluorescens</i>.</a></div>
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Revision as of 20:03, 17 October 2014

Stanford–Brown–Spelman iGEM 2014 — BioBricks

Amberless Hell Cell
Experimentally validate at least one biobrick part—we validated the radiation resistance of uvsE.
Document the characterization of the biobrick on the parts registry page and submit part to registry. Both completed for radiation resistance gene uvsE.
Cellulose Cross-Linker
Improve the function or characterization of an existing biobrick part or device.
Modeling
Improve the function or characterization of an existing biobrick part or device.
Help any registered iGEM team by: characterizing a part, debugging a construct, modeling their system.
Describe an approach to address policy and practices, evaluate your approach, mention how it affects us. We've been working with the EPA to write regulations for synthetic biology in the air. Our project addresses policy and outlines best use practices for biological UAVs and environmental safety concerns with respect to synthetic biology that affect the application of synthetic biology across the country. Read more about our collaboration with the EPA to address the release of synthetic organisms into the environment and our evaluation of our own approach on our Human Practices page.
Policy and Human Practices
Jim Brass, Kevin Reynolds, and Bob Dahlgren for consulting with us about building, flying, and using UAVs.
Help any registered iGEM team by: characterizing a part, debugging a construct, modeling their system.
Describe an approach to address policy and practices, evaluate your approach, mention how it affects us. We've been working with the EPA to write regulations for synthetic biology in the air. Our project addresses policy and outlines best use practices for biological UAVs and environmental safety concerns with respect to synthetic biology that affect the application of synthetic biology across the country. Read more about our collaboration with the EPA to address the release of synthetic organisms into the environment and our evaluation of our own approach on our Human Practices page.
Art & Design
Wiki design by Eli Block, Aryo Sorayya, and Jotthe Kappannan. Built using the Zurb Foundation framework and brought to you by iGEM and MediaWiki.
Team poster, banner, and wiki assets designed and produced by Eli Block. Material product photography by Eli Block.
Team presentation and peace sign drone logo designed by Jeannette Gonzales-Wright.
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