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My most recent students conduct research in field of synthetic biology. I have a few related student projects underway as part of our NSF-funded grant Synthetic Biology Research for Undergraduate (SyBR-U). We meet weekly to discuss the interactions between math and biology during our BioMath Connections video conference with collaborators at Missouri Western State University.
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For the [[Davidson_Missouri_W |iGEM2007 team]], 6 students worked at Davidson College (Oyinade Adefuye {NCCU student}, [[Will DeLoache |Will DeLoache]], [[Jim Dickson |Jim Dickson]], [[Andrew Martens |Andrew Martens]], Amber Shoecraft {JCSU student}, and [[Mike Waters |Mike Waters]]) worked in collaboration with students at Missouri Western State University to design and build a bacterial computer that could solve the Hamiltonian Path Problem: given a directed graph (see below), is it possible to visit every node exactly once when starting and stopping at particular nodes?
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My most recent students conduct research in field of synthetic biology. I have a few related student projects underway as part of our NSF-funded grant Synthetic Biology Research for Undergraduate (SyBR-U). We meet weekly to discuss the interactions between math and biology during our BioMath Connections video conference with collaborators at Missouri Western State University.

For the iGEM2007 team, 6 students worked at Davidson College (Oyinade Adefuye {NCCU student}, Will DeLoache, Jim Dickson, Andrew Martens, Amber Shoecraft {JCSU student}, and Mike Waters) worked in collaboration with students at Missouri Western State University to design and build a bacterial computer that could solve the Hamiltonian Path Problem: given a directed graph (see below), is it possible to visit every node exactly once when starting and stopping at particular nodes?

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