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"Can simple biological systems be built from
standard, interchangeable, modular parts and
operated in living cells?
Since 2004 the international Genetically Engineered
Machines (iGEM) competition is annually held at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston.
iGEM encourages student teams from all over the world to
develop a Synthetic Biology project that intertwines the
principles of Biology and Engineering.
Along with wetlab work, the project includes quantitative
aspects such as modelling, analysis and simulation of
genetic circuits, and also fundraising, marketing the
project, and educating the public about Synthetic Biology.
The 2010 TU Delft iGEMTeam