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<p>We would like to thank our 1000+ followers on Facebook, Twitter & Tumblr, as well as acknowledge the work of programmers whose open source work we utilised in the development of this Wiki. This wiki contains work sourced from Font Awesome and jQuery plugins, we are thankful to have been able to utilise these features. We extend our gratitude to the <a href="http://2011.igem.org/Team:DTU-Denmark/How_to_customize_an_iGEM_wiki">DTU-Denmark (2011)</a> and <a href="http://2010.igem.org/Team:TU_Munich/BeyondTheLab/WikiTutorial">TU Munich (2010)</a> teams for the tutorials they provided us from their respective wikis. Additional thanks to past UCL iGEM members, who helped us develop the design and concept for our Wiki.
<p>We would like to thank our 1000+ followers on Facebook, Twitter & Tumblr, as well as acknowledge the work of programmers whose open source work we utilised in the development of this Wiki. This wiki contains work sourced from Font Awesome and jQuery plugins, we are thankful to have been able to utilise these features. We extend our gratitude to the <a href="http://2011.igem.org/Team:DTU-Denmark/How_to_customize_an_iGEM_wiki">DTU-Denmark (2011)</a> and <a href="http://2010.igem.org/Team:TU_Munich/BeyondTheLab/WikiTutorial">TU Munich (2010)</a> teams for the tutorials they provided us from their respective wikis. Additional thanks to past UCL iGEM members, who helped us develop the design and concept for our Wiki.
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Revision as of 20:26, 15 April 2015

Goodbye Azodye UCL iGEM 2014

Attributions

Acknowledgements & Attributions


The UCL iGEM 2014 team would like to thank all our advisors who have assisted us throughout the project, and without whom the project would not have been possible. We would also like to thank all everyone else who has helped us realise this project, be it through invaluable advice or providing DNA, equipment, or other materials. These contributions have helped us enormously. All work on this wiki was carried out and all data collected by us unless stated otherwise. For a full list of our collaborations & acknowledgements, please visit our collaborations page.


Lab Graphics & Design Human Practices Modelling Web & Communication Bioprocessing

Our work and achievements can be split into 6 categories, each representing the different aspects of our immense project. During the early days of our project, we identified the different sub-teams we would be working in, and since then a lot of members have contributed to almost all aspects of the project.

Lab: BioBricks

We would like to thank the UCL Biochemical Engineering department for providing us with the guidance, facilities and resources to complete our lab work.

Microbial & Enzyme Technology Lab led by Dr Lígia O. Martins at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa for providing us plasmid and advice for our work on azo dyes degradation

Team members:

Georgia Bondy, Daniel de la Torre, Adam Denyer, Edoardo Gianni, Yan Kay Ho, Sohaila Jalali, Sanjay Joshi, Behzad Karkaria, Ning Lu, Tanel Ozdemir

Contributions from:

Darren Nesbeth, Vitor Pinhiero, Helina Marshall, Alex Templar, Des Schofield, Archie Melbourne, Julian Albers


Graphics & Design

We would like to thank Vista Print for helping us produce our business cards, and we are also grateful for the printing facilities provided by UCL and the UCL Biochemical Engineering department.

Team members:

Oran Maguire, Pamela Niem


Contributions from:

Central St Martins: Cameo Bondy, Barbara Czepiel. The Slade: Jo Volley. Natsai Audrey, Linden Gledhill.


Policy & Practices

We would like to thank the UCL Biochemical Engineering department for providing us with the guidance, facilities and resources to complete our lab work.

Team members:

Alberto Aparicio, Kevin Keyaert, Alex Bates, Georgia Bondy, Edoardo Gianni

Contributions from:

Julian Albers, Phillip Boeing, Andy Cheng, KaiCheng Kiew, Archie Melbourne, Bethan Wolfenden


Modelling & General Science

We would like to thank the UCL Biochemical Engineering and the Mathematics and Physical Sciences department for providing us with the guidance, facilities and resources to complete our lab work.

Team members:

Miriam Leon, Rob Stanley, Georgia Bondy


Web & Communications

We would like to thank our 1000+ followers on Facebook, Twitter & Tumblr, as well as acknowledge the work of programmers whose open source work we utilised in the development of this Wiki. This wiki contains work sourced from Font Awesome and jQuery plugins, we are thankful to have been able to utilise these features. We extend our gratitude to the DTU-Denmark (2011) and TU Munich (2010) teams for the tutorials they provided us from their respective wikis. Additional thanks to past UCL iGEM members, who helped us develop the design and concept for our Wiki.

Team members:

Sanjay Joshi, Adam Denyer

Contributions from:

Yan Kay Ho, Lewis Moffat


Bioprocess Engineering

We would like to thank the UCL Biochemical Engineering department for providing us with the guidance, facilities and resources to complete our work. Additional thanks go out to Professor Eli Keshavarz-Moore, Dr Frank Baganz, Professor Gary Lye, and Dr Yuhong Zhou; for the advice and guidance they provided us throughout our project. We have also collaborated with Godfrey Kyazze, a lecturer at University of Westminster. We would also like to acknowledge the respective authors of the research papers we studied.

Team members:

Maurice Bertrand, Joy Faucher

Contributions from:

Sanjay Joshi


Microfluidics

We would like to thank the UCL Biochemical Engineering department for providing us with the guidance, facilities and resources to complete our lab work.

Team members:

Lewis Brayshaw, David Jackson

Contributions from:

Joy Faucher, Sanjay Joshi, Edoardo Gianni

and finally..

We would like to thank our external collaborators

Thanks to:

Lewis Brayshaw, David Jackson

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