IGEM:Peking/2007/Experience-colletcion

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#I noticed that this was your first year in the competition. What inspired you to join in, and what was it like getting involved in the program from a logistical standpoint?
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* noticed that this was your first year in the competition. What inspired you to join in, and what was it like getting involved in the program from a logistical standpoint?
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#I read on your website that you all spent several months brainstorming ideas. How did you decide on the final projects?
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#What are the various backgrounds of the students on the team? How many were planning to become scientists/engineers before the competition, and has that changed since?
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*I read on your website that you all spent several months brainstorming ideas. How did you decide on the final projects?
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#Did you find it intimidating or exciting (or both) to try to come up with ideas for scientific projects and make them work? Did you find any problems in communicating (intellectually) between people from different scientific backgrounds?
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At the begining, we have about 10 ideas presented by various team member, including in-vivo evolution of drugs and storing and searching information in E. coli. After about two months' discussion, we decide to do two projects, which is Switch and Count. I think the most interesting thing is at first we just do these projects seperately, but later we found that we can tell a story as bacterial assembling line to discribe our two projects.(我觉得咱奖也拿了,现在说这个也无妨了吧)
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#What was the most interesting aspect of the whole process?
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*What are the various backgrounds of the students on the team? How many were planning to become scientists/engineers before the competition, and has that changed since?
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#Will you participate again next year, and if so, what have you learned from your experience this year that will help you next year?
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*Did you find it intimidating or exciting (or both) to try to come up with ideas for scientific projects and make them work? Did you find any problems in communicating (intellectually) between people from different scientific backgrounds?
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*What was the most interesting aspect of the whole process?
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*Will you participate again next year, and if so, what have you learned from your experience this year that will help you next year?

Revision as of 07:22, 21 November 2007

From Catherine Goodman

  • noticed that this was your first year in the competition. What inspired you to join in, and what was it like getting involved in the program from a logistical standpoint?
  • I read on your website that you all spent several months brainstorming ideas. How did you decide on the final projects?

At the begining, we have about 10 ideas presented by various team member, including in-vivo evolution of drugs and storing and searching information in E. coli. After about two months' discussion, we decide to do two projects, which is Switch and Count. I think the most interesting thing is at first we just do these projects seperately, but later we found that we can tell a story as bacterial assembling line to discribe our two projects.(我觉得咱奖也拿了,现在说这个也无妨了吧)

  • What are the various backgrounds of the students on the team? How many were planning to become scientists/engineers before the competition, and has that changed since?
  • Did you find it intimidating or exciting (or both) to try to come up with ideas for scientific projects and make them work? Did you find any problems in communicating (intellectually) between people from different scientific backgrounds?
  • What was the most interesting aspect of the whole process?
  • Will you participate again next year, and if so, what have you learned from your experience this year that will help you next year?
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