iGEM is an international competition that was originally founded by the MIT in Boston. The goal of the competition is inducing innovation in the subject area of synthetic biology by finding solutions for real and current problems of the world.
The team 2018. From left to right:
Vic-Fabienne Schumann, Manuel Lubetzki, Steffen Lemke, Alexandra Haake, Elias Walker, Jonas Steinwender, Lukas Heumos, Simon Storz, Alexander Röhl, Mirjam Gneiting, Christoph Oberist, Michael Krummhaar, Christina Breitenstein, Moritz Stoll, Nikolas Layer, Brent Fielden, Nele Dierlamm.
Not in the image:
Carolin Schwitalla, Eva Kunzelmann, Lucca Schwab, Madeleine Heep, Marcel Conrady, Marco Ernst, Theresa Heil
Every year in december we build a new team for the upcoming year of the competition. Do you have special skills or a creative idea? Feel free to contact us spontaneously!
Write us an Email: igem[at]ifib.uni-tuebingen.de
In the last years we realized our projects with success, but without our helpful sponsors we would not have been able to do this. In this sense: this year we need any support we can get to realize our ambitious project and high goals. Please have a look at this years project and line up with our other sponsors.
To see who is supporting our team have a look at our Sponsoring site!