First-ever Finnish iGEM team Formed by students from Aalto University and University of Helsinki.
Our goal is to develop a system which allows us to control bacterial gene expression with a remote controller. Our device could be used in bioreactors, making prototyping and multi-phase production chains faster, easier and more profitable. We’re making a proof-of-concept controller prototype for research teams, but it can be further scaled up for industrial purposes, such as medical chemical industry. Currently we are working both inside and outside of the lab. Our research plan is complete and our research has started. You can follow our work via Twitter and our blog.
Manufacturer:Science and Engineering
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