Samantha Liang

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*I am currently an undergruate researcher in the [[Keasling Lab]] in Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory West BioCenter.  My project is [[IGEM:UC Berkeley/2006| iGEM]] 2006.
*I am currently an undergruate researcher in the [[Keasling Lab]] in Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory West BioCenter.  My project is [[IGEM:UC Berkeley/2006| iGEM]] 2006.
*UC Berkeley Class of 2009; Bioengineering Major.
*UC Berkeley Class of 2009; Bioengineering Major.
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*Why did the cells fail math? When they were asked to divide, they multiplied!
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*'''Why did the cells fail math? When they were asked to divide, they multiplied!'''
== Projects ==
== Projects ==

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Bio

  • I am currently an undergruate researcher in the Keasling Lab in Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory West BioCenter. My project is iGEM 2006.
  • UC Berkeley Class of 2009; Bioengineering Major.
  • Why did the cells fail math? When they were asked to divide, they multiplied!

Projects

iGEM UC Berkeley

Our project is to create an addressable cell-to-cell communication mechanism in e. coli. We have split into two teams - one focusing on the conjugation aspect of our project, and one focusing on riboregulators. I am on the conjugation team.

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