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Project iGaME

iGaME is an open source game project devoted to pushing forward the general public's consciousness of up-and-coming biotechnological research and industry in the field of synthetic biology.

The project is also being developed as a part of a 2010 iGEM competition soft track by USTC software team. It is released under CC-by-nc-sa v3.0 and GPL v3.0 licenses.

iGaME Web Preview: GEM From Scratch

The web game, GEM (stands for Genetically Engineered Machine / Microorganisms) From Scratch, is a prototype written in HTML, CSS and JavaScript and released as a preview for anyone who has interest in our idea of syn bio educational games.

CURRENT RELEASE: ALPHA 0.8.16

Currently supported browsers:

Browser Performance Download
Google Chrome 5 PERFECT http://www.google.com/chrome/
Safari PROBLEM ENCOUNTERED
Firefox NOT TESTED
Opera NOT TESTED
Internet Explorer PROBLEM ENCOUNTERED


88x31.png This project is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.


Project repo:

http://github.com/soimort/iGaME

Get source code:

git clone git://github.com/soimort/iGaME.git


Test the newest alpha release (alpha 0.8.16):

mirror 1 http://oss.ustc.edu.cn/~soimort/iGaME
mirror 2 http://home.ustc.edu.cn/~soimort/iGaME

Please give us feedback in our public Google Wave discussion.

Public Discussion Wave


Development Agenda


Development Blog


  • Aug 17, 2010
  • iGaME Web Preview: GEM from Scratch (alpha 0.8.16) Released


iGEM USTC Software Team Logo
iGEM USTC Software Team Logo


iGEM@USTC

The iGEM Team of USTC are the combination of the exact tradition of USTC and the exact vitality of the young. Rigorous daily schoolwork has provided the team members with a solid foundation of basic knowledge, and an innovative spirit enables us to stand on the frontier of the modern science.

In 2007, Jian Zhan, Bo Ding, Rui Ma, Xiaoyu Ma, Yun Zhao, Ziqing Liu and Xiaofeng Su, guided by Prof. Haiyan Liu, Prof. Jiarui Wu and Prof. Zhonghuai Hou, won the "Best Foundational Technology Prize" and a Gold Medal, with the project "Extensible Logic Circuit in Bacteria".

In 2008, Xunyao Wu, He Shen, Genxin Liu, Jia Liu, Binjie Xu, Yanting Xue, Yu Chen, Zhen Xu, Bo Ding and Jian Zhan, guided by Prof. Haiyan Liu, won a Silver Medal, with the project "Artificial Multi-cellular Self-organization System".

In 2009, Hao Jiang, Li Xing, Hao Wu, Zongxiao He, Danqian Liu, Chao Li, Jiayi Dou, Hanyu Lu, Hao Zhou and Bing Wu, guided by Zhaofeng Luo, Jian Zhan, Jiong Hong and Xiaoxiao Ma, won a Gold Medal, with the project "E. coli Automatic Directed Evolution Machine (E.ADEM)".

In 2009 we also formed a software team for the first time. Wei Pan, Yuwei Cui, Jiahao Li, Yu He and Xiaomo Yao, guided by Bo Ding, also won a Gold Medal, with the Project "Automatic Biological Circuit Design (ABCD)".

The year of 2010 will be the fourth time USTC iGEMers participated in the iGEM competition.

Official team profile:

Team USTC_Software
Team USTC
Brainstorming
Brainstorming


External Links

http://2010.igem.org/Team:USTC_Software

http://2010.igem.org/Team:USTC

http://2009.igem.org/Team:USTC_Software

http://2009.igem.org/Team:USTC

http://2008.igem.org/Team:USTC

http://parts.mit.edu/igem07/index.php/USTC

http://igem.ustc.edu.cn



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