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iGEM Chiba 2008 Team

In this page, you can find more information on this year's Team:Chiba. We are working with Dr. Daisuke Umeno in the Department of Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology at Chiba University, Japan. If you also want to see photos taken during the preparation for this year's iGEM, don't forget to see photos! as well.

Where we're from

The Department of Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology at Chiba University,Japan.

our team photo
our team photo

Who we are

Members:

A department third grader
Chiba University
A department second grader
Chiba University
A department third grader
Chiba University
  • Takayoshi Kubo
A department second grader
Chiba University
A department second grader
Chiba University
A department second grader
Chiba University
A department second grader
Chiba University
A department third grader
Chiba University
  • Ai Tomiki
A department fourth grader
Tokyo University of Science

Advisors:

A department fourth grader
Chiba University
  • Yohei Tashiro
A master second grader
Chiba University
  • Akinori Katabami
A master first grader
Chiba University
Chiba University
Chiba University
A master first grader
Tokyo University

Faculty Advisers:

Our past projects

iGEM Chiba 2006

  • Swimmy Bacteria
the E.coli freeze and gather when they are caught by red light....(more)
  • Aromaticoli
By lighting bacteria, a refreshing scent stars filling the room.
In the dark, the light sensing E.coli will turn orenge. With the red light on, the color of E.coli fades out, and aroma is produced instead....(more)
  • Balloon E.coli
The light in the morning leaking from a gap between the curtains... this morning lights calls and awakes the E. coli....(more)
  • E.clock
Installing Kai system, E.coli starts oscillating!....(more)

iGEM Chiba 2007

07-project was to make a Marimo-ish gathering of bacteria. Marimo is a green spherical shaped algae, which is a popular living organism in Japan as a National Treasure because of its beautiful shape and its smoothness.

Our friend team

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