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MIT iGem Competition

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The iGEM competition is an annual, world wide, synthetic biology event targeted towards undergraduate university students, high school, and graduate students. Teams will  work inside and outside of the lab all summer long to build genetically engineered systems using standard biological parts known as BioBricks. iGEM teams create sophisticated projects that strive to create a positive contribution to their communities and the world. Registration to compete in iGem's competition opens in February. 


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