Rice IGEM Teams

Each fall, Rice undergraduates enter their synthetic biology ideas in the International Genetically Engineering Machine (IGEM) competition. Links to wiki pages describing previous projects are provided below:

  2017:  “Using synthetic biology to remediate chrorium in water." 
  2016:  “
Bacteria that invade colon cancer cells.
  2015:  “Potassium, Phosphate, and Nitrate Biosensors.”
  2008:  “
Biobeer: resveratrol producing yeast for fermentation.”
2007:  “Phage that select against antibiotic resistance.” 
  2006:  “Quorumtaxis:  Programming E. coli to Eavesdrop, Stalk, and Kill B. subtilis.“