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Gene Ferrick <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: iGEM 2021 - interdisciplinary research team

Are you interested in being part of an interdisciplinary research team and
conducting synthetic biology research of your own design alongside other
undergraduates? Do you have laboratory, programming, graphic design,
business, art, modeling, or networking skills you’d like to put to good use
on addressing an important societal problem? Apply to be a part of UMaryland
iGEM, UMD’s award-winning, student-led research team that uses genetic
engineering and synthetic biology to address real-world problems, and compete
annually against hundreds of teams from around the world!  Interested
students and team members are encouraged to take a two-credit seminar in this
spring, BSCI 338F, and contribute to the team’s research and outreach
efforts over the summer.  In the fall the team will present its project and
findings at the iGEM Jamboree, an international competition, this year in
Paris (COVID-19 permitting)!  Sign up for the course and/or apply to be part
of the UMaryland iGEM team by completing this google form.

Contact the instructor ([log in to unmask]) if you have any questions about the
seminar course, or send email to [log in to unmask] for questions about
the UMaryland iGEM team.

Contact Person: Jason Kahn
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]

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