IGEM:TUDelft/Brainstorm

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Brainstorm area

Some ideas posted by other teams can be found at the Idea exchange page.

Information processing

Schmitt trigger

Bologna worked on a Schmitt trigger last year (University of Bologna 2007). Domenico already gave an explanation about this device. The project is also very well documented so have a look at their site. More about the Schmitt trigger can be found here (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schmitt_trigger).

What can be done with a Schmitt trigger?

• Create some kind of oscillator - I think Domenico also mentioned this already.

Flip-flop

A digital circuit that can remember it's last state and is thereby capable of storing one bit of information. It could be interesting to make a genetic circuit that can do the same ([1], [2] ). A flip-flop can also be used in combination with a Schmitt-trigger.

Favourite projects

Filippo Menolascina

Domenico Bellomo

Bastiaan

Emrah