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Welcome to the biological world in which we've spent an entire summer creating, working on and perfecting. We're introducing RNA to synthetic biology in a big way, by directly contributing a number of key parts to iGEM. We've taken a risk, we've been told our project is unrealistic and should be scraped, that a group of undergraduates are crazy for even thinking about doing something so complicated. Even at times, we ourselves doubted - there's been the good times and the bad. Spurred on by a desire to make a difference to synthetic biology and the world in which we live in, we pressed forward - a new team to iGEM, not seasoned veterans. We take chances and risks to make a difference - whether success comes our way or failure, we embrace the moment, cherishing it. We hope the synthetic biology community will appreciate our efforts, as RNA increases in use and popularity. DNA is best served as a template for information storage. RNA is multi-functional, catalytic and dynamic, welcome to our world - the RNA world. If you're still reading at this point
Welcome Croeso 歡迎 خوش آمدید Добре дошло Laipni lūdzam - Warwick iGEM Team 2014