IGEM:The Citadel

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An Introduction to Citadel iGEM

Citadel iGEM is an undergraduate-level research group at The Citadel: The Military College of South Carolina. Our interdisciplinary team is composed of students and educators united by a common goal: to design and build biological machines using standardized genetic parts. Their accomplishments will be presented at the International Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) competition held at MIT on November 5-8. Citadel iGEM is competing for the first time in 2010.

Latest News

  • Electrocompetency protocol will be performed Monday at 9:00am. Read over all protocols up through Miniprep and have a genetic ciruit construct done by 9am.
  • Team meeting Tuesday at 1:00pm.
  • Plasmid miniprep protocol will be performed on Tuesday at 1:30pm.
  • Standard assembly protocol will be performed on Tuesday at 3:30pm.


Now Updated with Pictures from the US Workshop!

About the Wiki

This web-space is intended as a communication tool for the students and teachers of Citadel iGEM. It is also meant to be a comfy retreat for our guests, where a person can sit back and get acquainted with this wonder-filled "synthetic biology" thing. Whether you are here to learn about iGEM, to follow the Citadel's team progress, to provide us with insight and support, or for some other reason entirely, we encourage you to explore to your heart's content and to participate directly on this work-in-progress. Any registered user (and registration is so simple!) can collaborate on this wiki. Just be sure to observe the immutable laws of OpenWetWare Etiquette. Thanks for visiting!

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Citadel iGEM is officially recognized by The Citadel: The Military College of South Carolina.


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