Tagged - iGEM

Student innovators set to showcase 3D bioprinter project at iGEM competition in Paris

Engineered to 3D-print gels laden with a bacteria and yeast co-culture system, this revolutionary technology addresses conservation issues concerning the intense demand of endangered botanical compounds for pharmaceutical use.

Research at Rochester: iGEM Team Saptasense finds sustainable solutions for maple sap

To what extent are they able to pursue their own experimental endeavors? iGEM’s Team Saptasense certainly found out over the course of this past summer and fall semester.

UR Team competes to revolutionize hospital work

Team Bio-Sphere is working on developing a wearable biosensor (with an accompanying app) to help predict a risk of sepsis.