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Goodbye Azodye UCL iGEM 2014

Meet the team

Meet the team

Our team for this years iGEM competition consists of an eclectic mix of 21 post-graduate and undergraduate students studying a broad range of subjects in the biological and social sciences. Throughout the summer we received advice and assistance from a number of supervisors and collaborators as well as previous UCL iGEM participants.

As a cross-disciplinary team we were able to combine our talents to create an azo-degrading organism in the laboratory, as well as promote awareness of the role of synthetic biology in tackling the issue of azo dye pollution amongst industry and NGO stakeholders.


Click on the images below to find out more about our teams participants, or view our official team profile

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Contact Us

University College London
Gower Street - London
WC1E 6BT
Biochemical Engineering Department
Phone: +44 (0)20 7679 2000
Email: ucligem2014@gmail.com

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