- Aug. 5, 2014 - CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Cambridge, MA
iGEM, the International Genetically Engineered Machine competition, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary and hosting the Giant Jamboree (http://2014.igem.org/
, the collegiate division’s culminating event, at the Hynes Convention Center in
Boston, MA from October 30 - November 3, 2014. With over 2,500 Synthetic Biology researchers from 245 universities across 32 countries in attendance, the iGEM Giant Jamboree is sure to be the largest gathering of synthetic biologists to date. Join us and learn about the latest advancements in the field of Synthetic Biology. Regular registration ends September 5th.
Meet with today’s brightest young minds in Synthetic Biology at the iGEM Giant Jamboree. This 5-day event will feature university students showcasing their work through presentations, exhibition hall poster sessions and winner announcements of iGEM medals, track prizes and the coveted grand prize. The accomplishments of these student teams are impressive and will lead to important advances in medicine, energy, software, the environment, and more. To learn more about the work iGEM teams have achieved, see the iGEM 2013 Annual Review (http://igem.org/2013_Review
Sponsorship opportunities (http://igem.org/Sponsorship
) available. Our sponsor packages start at $5,000 with exhibitor booth opportunity beginning at $2,500. Connect with leaders in the field and shape the way the synthetic biology community grows and develops by sponsoring iGEM.MORE INFO:
iGEM is a non-profit organization that inspires future synthetic biologists by running high school and university-level competitions in synthetic biology and by maintaining the Registry of Standard Biological Parts (http://parts.igem.org/
Main_Page), the world’s largest collection of open source standard parts containing over 20,000 BioBricks.