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The International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition (iGEM) is opening to DIY teams next year. It’s grown from a small experiment with 5 teams in 2004 to the largest community and conference of synthetic biologists in the world (with over 200 teams competing in 2013). I’m on the organizing committee for the new track – the “Community Labs” track – and I’m terrifically excited about the opportunity the iGEM competition provides for growing DIYbio. I was asked to make the announcement at the recent iGEM World Jamboree, and below you can read a rough transcript of what I said. Blog | DIYbio | An Institution for the Amateur Biologist
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