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*Tom Adie
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*Imperial College London
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====== Contact Info ======
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*Department of Life Sciences
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I'm a biologist from Imperial College, having graduated in 2008. I was part of the Imperial '08 iGEM team, working mainly in the wet lab as well as designing and editing the wiki. We won our category (manufacturing) and received the award for 'Best Part' for our molecular clutch for ''B. subtilis''. The wiki for our project can be found below under "Work & Publications".
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I'm a biologist from Imperial, having graduated this year. I hope to stay to do an MRes/PhD in Synthetic Biology.  I learned about [[OpenWetWare]] from Imperial lectures - Synthetic Biology, and I joined because of the practical classes; I'm now back editing the Wiki for the 2008 Imperial iGEM team, which I also joined because of Synthetic Biology!
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I went on to complete a Masters in Research at Imperial, and am now doing a PhD in Synthetic Biology - focusing on approaches to directed evolution.<br clear{{Equals}}"all">
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====== Education ======
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* Bryanston School '04
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* BSc. (hons), Biology, Imperial '08
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* Biology BSc., Imperial '08
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* MRes. (dist), Systems & Synthetic Biology, Imperial '09
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* PhD. candidate, Imperial '12
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*[http://2008.igem.org/Team:Imperial_College Imperial 2008 iGEM Project - ''Biofabricator subtilis'']
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*[[/CS2|MRes Case Study 2; ODE Modelling of YtvA and design of a prototype spec sheet for ''in silico'' experiments]]
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====== Useful links ======
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*[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/meta/e/e7/MediaWikiRefCard.png MediaWiki Reference Card]
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*[[/Sandbox|My Test Page: Please don't touch!]]
*[[OpenWetWare:Welcome|Introductory tutorial]]
*[[OpenWetWare:Welcome|Introductory tutorial]]
*[[Help|OpenWetWare help pages]]
*[[Help|OpenWetWare help pages]]
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*[[User:Ben_Yi_Tew/temp|Another useful tutorial]]
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*[http://www.iwebtool.com/html_optimizer This site] condenses HTML, and [http://www.textfixer.com/html/uncompress-html-code.php this one] makes it readable! Combo them when copying from a complex page source.
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Tom Adie<br>
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Imperial College London<br>
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Department of Biomedical Sciences<br>
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timpski(at)gmail(dot)com<br><br>
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====== SB Course Mini-iGEM ======
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*[[Imperial_College/Courses/Spring2008/Synthetic_Biology/Team_5|Team 5]]
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====== iGEM'08 ======
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*[[IGEM:IMPERIAL/2008/Old_Wiki|The original iGEM'08 OWW page]]
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*[[IGEM:IMPERIAL/2008/Bioprinter|'Bioprinter' version]]
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*[[IGEM:IMPERIAL/2008/Prototype|The prototype iGEM'08 wiki]]
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*[[IGEM:IMPERIAL/2008|Final iGEM'08 OWW wiki]]
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Tom Adie
Contact Info

I'm a biologist from Imperial College, having graduated in 2008. I was part of the Imperial '08 iGEM team, working mainly in the wet lab as well as designing and editing the wiki. We won our category (manufacturing) and received the award for 'Best Part' for our molecular clutch for B. subtilis. The wiki for our project can be found below under "Work & Publications".

I went on to complete a Masters in Research at Imperial, and am now doing a PhD in Synthetic Biology - focusing on approaches to directed evolution.

Education
  • Bryanston School '04
  • BSc. (hons), Biology, Imperial '08
  • MRes. (dist), Systems & Synthetic Biology, Imperial '09
  • PhD. candidate, Imperial '12
Work & Publications
Useful links

Tom Adie
Imperial College London
Department of Biomedical Sciences
timpski(at)gmail(dot)com

 



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SB Course Mini-iGEM
iGEM'08



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