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#[http://openwetware.org/images/0/0d/Nature04342.pdf Foundations for engineering biology] --> rant by Drew Endy
#[http://openwetware.org/images/0/0d/Nature04342.pdf Foundations for engineering biology] --> rant by Drew Endy
#MIT iGEM 2004 presentation ([[:Image:Mit-2004-iGEM-final.ppt|.ppt]],[[:Image:Mit-iGEM-2004-final.pdf|pdf]])
#MIT iGEM 2004 presentation ([[:Image:Mit-2004-iGEM-final.ppt|.ppt]],[[:Image:Mit-iGEM-2004-final.pdf|pdf]])
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#Find descriptions of last years projects [http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/Igem_2005 here]
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#UT Austin and UCSF 2004 project ([http://parts.mit.edu/registry/index.php/Featured_Parts:Light_Sensor coliroids])
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#Find descriptions of [http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/Igem_2005 2005 projects]
==Wiki==
==Wiki==

Revision as of 08:51, 10 May 2006

This page contains links to introductory information for the MIT iGEM team.

Synthetic Biology

General introduction to ideas in Synthetic Biology

  1. Adventures in synthetic biology comic --> Learn about PoPS
  2. Foundations for engineering biology --> rant by Drew Endy
  3. MIT iGEM 2004 presentation (.ppt,pdf)
  4. UT Austin and UCSF 2004 project (coliroids)
  5. Find descriptions of 2005 projects

Wiki

How-to on wiki's

  1. Getting started --> Quick tutorial on using the OpenWetWare wiki

Lab safety

All people working in a biological research lab must undergo safety training.

To complete your online safety training, visit the Endy lab safety training guide. (Even if you have worked in a lab before, you should visit this page and verify that your training is up to date.)

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