CAGEN: Critical Assessment of Genetically Engineered Networks

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The Critical Assessment for Genetically Engineered Networks (CAGEN) competition is intended to drive new approaches to designing robust, synthetic biological circuits. The competition involves teams of established researchers designing circuits that implement a given function and the assessment of their circuit's performance across a set of multiple operating environments.

The CAGEN competition is sponsored by the Keck Foundation, as part of the National Acadamies Keck Futures Initiative (NAKFI).

Contents

Overview of the Competition

Timeline for 2011 CAGEN competition

How to Participate

External Resources

More information

Other critical assessment experiments and competitions

  • CASP - Critical Assessment of Techniques for Protein Structure Prediction
  • CAPRI - Critical Assessment of Prediction of Interactions
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