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Revision as of 19:42, 9 November 2010

iGEM 2010 Jamboree

November 6 - 8, 2010

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

iGEM from Above 2010

iGEM 2010 is officially over!

  • Grand Prize, Winner of the BioBrick Trophy: Slovenia
  • 1st Runner Up: Peking
  • 2nd Runner Up: BCCS-Bristol
    Finalists:
  • BCCS-Bristol
  • Cambridge
  • Imperial College London
  • Peking
  • Slovenia
  • TUDelft
    Track Award Winners:
  • Best Food or Energy Project: BCCS-Bristol
  • Best Environment Project: Peking
  • Best Health or Medicine Project: Washington & Freiburg Bioware (Tie)
  • Best Information Processing Project: ETHZ Basel & Tokyo Tech (Tie)
  • Best Manufacturing Project: MIT
  • Best New Application Area: Slovenia
  • Best Foundation Advance: Paris Liliane Bettencourt
  • Best Software Tool: USTC Software
    Special Prizes Winners:
  • Best BioBrick Part, Natural: Minnesota (BBa_K311004)
  • Best New BioBrick Part or Device, Engineered: Slovenia (BBa_K323135)
  • Best Human Practices Advance: Imperial College London
  • Safety Commendation: SDU Denmark & VT-ENSIMAG Biosecurity (Tie)
  • Best Experimental Measurement: Duke
  • Best Model: Edinburgh
  • Best Wiki: Cambridge & Imperial College London (Tie)
  • Best Poster: KIT-Kyoto
  • Best Presentation: TUDelft

See the Results page for details

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