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* Characterize or  [http://partsregistry.org/wiki/index.php?title=Part:BBa_K426020 improve] an [http://partsregistry.org/wiki/index.php?title=Part:BBa_K112808 existing] BioBrick Part or Device and enter this information back on the Registry.  
* Characterize or  [http://partsregistry.org/wiki/index.php?title=Part:BBa_K426020 improve] an [http://partsregistry.org/wiki/index.php?title=Part:BBa_K112808 existing] BioBrick Part or Device and enter this information back on the Registry.  
* Outline and detail a new approach to an issue of [http://2010.igem.org/Team:Berkeley/Human_Practices Human Practice] in synthetic biology as it relates to your project, such as safety, security, ethics, or ownership, sharing, and innovation.
* Outline and detail a new approach to an issue of [http://2010.igem.org/Team:Berkeley/Human_Practices Human Practice] in synthetic biology as it relates to your project, such as safety, security, ethics, or ownership, sharing, and innovation.
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=== Bronze Mousepad ===
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* Registered the team, had a great summer, and had fun attending the Jamboree.
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* Created and share a Description of the team's project via the iGEM wiki.
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* Present a Poster and Talk at the iGEM Jamboree.
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* Develop and make available via the Registry an open source software tool that supports synthetic biology based on BioBrick standard biological parts (remember, the iGEM judges will be looking for substantial team-based software projects).
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The requirements to earn a Silver Mousepad, in addition to the Bronze Mousepad requirements, are:
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Provide a detailed, draft specification for the next version of your software tool, or a second, distinct software tools project.
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The requirements to earn a Gold Mousepad, in addition to the Silver Mousepad requirements, are:
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Help another iGEM team by, for example, analyzing a Part, debugging a Device, or modeling or simulating a System.
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Develop and document a new technical standard that supports the (i) design of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (ii) construction of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (iii) characterization of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (iv) analysis, modeling, and simulation of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (v) sharing of BioBrick Parts or Devices, either via physical DNA or as information via the internet.
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Outline and detail a new approach to an issue of Human Practice in synthetic biology as it relates to your project, such as safety, security, ethics, or ownership, sharing, and innovation.

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In brief, this year's Berkeley 2010 iGEM team accomplished the following:

  • A foundational advance in protein and DNA payload delivery to lower metazoans, opening the door to genetic modification of potentially very useful and previously intractable organisms using synthetic biology.
  • An automated, user-friendly, forward-thinking approach to biosafety implemented in the software program Clotho, improving human practice in synthetic biology.
  • Developed and deployed the new core of Clotho 2.0 as an App platform for synthetic biology tools

Requirements

Bronze Medal

  • Register the team, have a great summer, and have fun attending the Jamboree.
  • Create and share a Description of the team's project via the iGEM wiki.
  • Present a Poster and Talk at the iGEM Jamboree.
  • Enter information detailing at least one new standard BioBrick Part or Device in the Registry of Parts

Silver Medal

  • Demonstrate that at least one Part or Device of your own design and construction works as expected. (See Self-Lysis and Vesicle-Buster)
  • Characterize the operation of at least one new BioBrick Part or Device and enter this information on the Parts or Device page via the Registry of Parts.

Gold Medal

  • Characterize or improve an existing BioBrick Part or Device and enter this information back on the Registry.
  • Outline and detail a new approach to an issue of Human Practice in synthetic biology as it relates to your project, such as safety, security, ethics, or ownership, sharing, and innovation.

Bronze Mousepad

  • Registered the team, had a great summer, and had fun attending the Jamboree.
  • Created and share a Description of the team's project via the iGEM wiki.
  • Present a Poster and Talk at the iGEM Jamboree.
  • Develop and make available via the Registry an open source software tool that supports synthetic biology based on BioBrick standard biological parts (remember, the iGEM judges will be looking for substantial team-based software projects).

The requirements to earn a Silver Mousepad, in addition to the Bronze Mousepad requirements, are: Provide a detailed, draft specification for the next version of your software tool, or a second, distinct software tools project. The requirements to earn a Gold Mousepad, in addition to the Silver Mousepad requirements, are: Help another iGEM team by, for example, analyzing a Part, debugging a Device, or modeling or simulating a System. Develop and document a new technical standard that supports the (i) design of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (ii) construction of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (iii) characterization of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (iv) analysis, modeling, and simulation of BioBrick Parts or Devices, or (v) sharing of BioBrick Parts or Devices, either via physical DNA or as information via the internet. Outline and detail a new approach to an issue of Human Practice in synthetic biology as it relates to your project, such as safety, security, ethics, or ownership, sharing, and innovation.