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Revision as of 05:15, 16 October 2010



The Whole Team

We are a bunch of college students with nothing to do but play with expensive waters.

The link on the names will take you to our Work pages (usually Open Wet Ware based). Most of our work on this iGEM is documented there.


Advisors

Dr. Miguel Ángel Ramírez Romero: Grows impossible things in wetlab
Dr. Juan Carlos Martínez García: Writes wonder models
Dr. Christopher Wood: Knows how to play with light
Dr. Karla Cedano Villavicencio: Advisor on Socials, Human Practices, Budget & Related


Last Year Students

Photo
Student Name
About Student
Section
Enrique Paz Cortes Our iGEM Veteran Wetlab
Luis Fernando Montaño Gutierrez Our People person Modelling



Undergrads

Photo
Student Name
About Student
Section
Nickname
Nelson Augusto Berrocal Quezada Perpetual bad mood, except when drunk Wetlab Little Koala
Jorge Eduardo Buendía Buendía Is cold in the wrong moments... Wetlab Geiger
Mariana del Rosario Ruiz-Velasco Leyva Party organizer & Wetlab Core Wetlab Mailovie
Jorge Arturo Zepeda Martinez Always manages to lighten up wetlab mood. Wetlab Chiqui (or Terrorist Monkey)
Daniela Azucena García Soriano The Dark side of iGEM Modelling Ms. Apocalyptica
Claudia Yvonne Hernandez Armenta Football fan & Modelling Core Modelling iGEM Nazi (or Tyrana iGEM)
José Fabricio López Hernandez Always manages to lighten up modelling mood Modelling Fibo (or Barnicio)
Héctor Francisco Medina Abarca Megalomaniac & Modelling Core Modelling Mamma Raven
Amhed Missael Vargas Velazquez Argues when there's nothing to argue Modelling Winnie

The Summer Team

This is Us, the whole Summer Team!


What we did

Main Project

Section Team Member
MatLab Daniela García & Amhed Vargas
Kappa Héctor Medina & Fabricio López
Safety & Ethics Héctor Medina
Wiki Héctor Medina
Flash Animation: Main Hector Medina
Flash Animation: Abstract Module Amhed Vargas

(We are currently still working, so we haven't finished much... yet...)

Special Thanks

Héctor: special thanks to the folks at DynamicDrive for some great web tools!


Where we're from

The Republic

We hail from many places of the Mexican Republic, such as:


Mexico City




Puebla, Puebla




León, Guanajuato




Texcoco, Estado de México




Chimalhuacán, Estado de México



Tlalmanalco, Estado de México



Genomics

Though we do not come from the same hometown, we are all attending the same University. That is the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Campus Morelos, in the city of Cuernavaca. Most of us met here when we entered the Genomic Sciences Program. As such, we are a tight bunch.

The above picture is the Main Entrance to the Lecture Halls. The hammock to the left is quite comfortable in hot days ;)

iGEM

iGEM is the International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition, held each year at MIT and organized with support of the Parts Registry. See more here.

Synthetic Biology

This is defined as attempting to manipulate living objects as if they were man-made machines, specifically in terms of genetic engineering. See more here.

Genomics

We are students on the Genomic Sciences program at the Center for Genomic Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, campus Morelos. See more here.

Locations of visitors to this page

This site is best viewed with a Webkit based Browser (eg: Google's Chrome, Apple's Safari),

or a Gecko one (eg: Mozilla's Firefox, Netscape). Some of the code requires an up-to-date browser.


Trident based (Microsoft's Internet Explorer) or Presto based (Opera) are not currently supported. Sorry.