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The Stanford iGEM team consist of 10 undergraduate students, and also include graduate student mentors and faculty advisors.  Students are working full time throughout the summer of 2009 to engineer a synthetic biological system, and will present their project in the form of posters and a 20 minute presentation at the Jamboree. This is the first time that our team is competing.
The Stanford iGEM team consist of 10 undergraduate students, and also include graduate student mentors and faculty advisors.  Students are working full time throughout the summer of 2009 to engineer a synthetic biological system, and will present their project in the form of posters and a 20 minute presentation at the Jamboree. This is the first time that our team is competing.

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The Stanford iGEM team consist of 10 undergraduate students, and also include graduate student mentors and faculty advisors. Students are working full time throughout the summer of 2009 to engineer a synthetic biological system, and will present their project in the form of posters and a 20 minute presentation at the Jamboree. This is the first time that our team is competing.
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