Team:Debrecen-Hungary/video project


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Film In Lab

The iGEM – Debrecen group is a multidisciplinary team. In summer 2010 we had guest students, the AKG team, from a high school in Budapest joining us. In order to bring all the students, coming from different backgrounds, together into a functioning unit, we decided to create as part of the preparatory phase a video tutorial for our group. The "Film in Lab" project started as an initiative of our group and grew larger.

In general, our idea initially was to create an observational way of teaching the basic lab techniques. Nevertheless, the project got lots of sympathy and we have decided to improve it and to create an own sub team that will deal with the creation of the "Film in Lab" project. This way, aiming to establish an open source that will serve future iGEM members around the globe. We believe that this contribution is in harmony with the idea of the iGEM initiative.

The protocols may be found in the 'Open wet ware' account of iGEM-Debrecen Team 2010. There the protocols can be red before and after watching the video tutorial, making the experience complete and fruitful.

The members of the "Film in Lab" project are:

Dorottya Jakab – presenting student (Transformation, Midiprep, Gel-Electrophoresis)

Ozgyin, Lilla – presenting student (Cell-passaging, Ligand stimulation, Transfection)

Sandor, Kata – presenting student (PCR)

Malka, Lior – presenting student (nanodrop),web programming

Endre, Kristof – video making (PCR)

Liu, Shun-Chien – coordinator, Scripts, video making and audio co-editor

Markovits, Daniel – Audio

Guri, Yakir – Coordinating the project, film making and editing,"film in lab" supervisor

Guri Yakir "Flim In Lab" supervisor

Balint L. Balint, MD, PhD,

Supervisor and instructor of 'iGEM-Debrecen 2010 Team'