IGEM:University of East Anglia (UEA), Norwich, UK/2009/Notebook/NRP-UEA-Norwich iGEM/2014/07/31

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On 30th July 2014, we met with Laura Bowater to discuss the contruction of the iGEM wiki pages.
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|-> How we want it set out.
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|-> What we have done already.
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|-> What needs to be added.
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  |-> Ideas for layout, headings/categories, content.
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|-> Discussed getting a dedicated camera/camera phone to take pictures within the lab.
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|-> Set up an Instagram account and embed with the wiki pages.
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|-> Pages to be put on the wiki: Human Practices
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                                Notebook
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                                Project
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                                Safety
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                                Attributions
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                                Judging Criteria
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|-> Human Practices: GM -> right or wrong?
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                    Policy makers -> Letters to MP
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                    Food security
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                    Environment -> Farmers, industries, bactericides
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                    Technology -> Golden Gate
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                    Business Plan -> Stakeholders: farmers, companies, LEDCs, scientists, Gov, interested public
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|-> Contact InCrops and ADAPT (Low carbon group).

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Notebook Project Safety Attributions Judging Criteria Policy makers -> Letters to MP Food security Environment -> Farmers, industries, bactericides Technology -> Golden Gate Business Plan -> Stakeholders: farmers, companies, LEDCs, scientists, Gov, interested public
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On 30th July 2014, we met with Laura Bowater to discuss the contruction of the iGEM wiki pages.


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