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===News and Announcements===
===News and Announcements===
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*Remember to upload your final presentation file to the [[/Meetings/]] page before the Monday 6/19 group meeting, and use the questions on the [[/Project Proposals/]] page to flesh out your ideas. (6/16)
*There are pipette tip boxes being left open on lab benches.  Tips need to be sterile; you'll want to keep boxes closed whenever you are not actively removing tips (6/15).
*There are pipette tip boxes being left open on lab benches.  Tips need to be sterile; you'll want to keep boxes closed whenever you are not actively removing tips (6/15).
*There are graduated cylinders in the sink.  Graduated cylinders should be washed out with distilled water (the tap with the hose) and hung up to dry.  Remember: only items placed in the white tray will be cleaned; glassware will languish in the sink forever (6/15).
*There are graduated cylinders in the sink.  Graduated cylinders should be washed out with distilled water (the tap with the hose) and hung up to dry.  Remember: only items placed in the white tray will be cleaned; glassware will languish in the sink forever (6/15).
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*Two paragraphs on two papers due 3:00PM 6/16.  Upload to the links under 6/16 on the [[IGEM:Harvard/2006/Brainstorming | Brainstorming Page]] (6/15).
 
===Team===
===Team===

Revision as of 12:57, 17 June 2006


Welcome to Harvard's 2006 iGEM team wiki!



Resources Planning


News and Announcements

  • Remember to upload your final presentation file to the Meetings page before the Monday 6/19 group meeting, and use the questions on the Project Proposals page to flesh out your ideas. (6/16)
  • There are pipette tip boxes being left open on lab benches. Tips need to be sterile; you'll want to keep boxes closed whenever you are not actively removing tips (6/15).
  • There are graduated cylinders in the sink. Graduated cylinders should be washed out with distilled water (the tap with the hose) and hung up to dry. Remember: only items placed in the white tray will be cleaned; glassware will languish in the sink forever (6/15).

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Harvard 2006 iGem team.  Back row (L-R): Lewis, Katie, Tiffany, Valerie, Zhipeng, Matt.  Front row (L-R): Hetmann, Jeffrey, David, Perry.  And yes, that is the back end of a bronze rhinoceros.
Harvard 2006 iGem team.

Back row (L-R): Lewis, Katie, Tiffany, Valerie, Zhipeng, Matt.
Front row (L-R): Hetmann, Jeffrey, David, Perry.

And yes, that is the back end of a bronze rhinoceros.

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A thanks goes to MIT's team page for our page formatting.


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