Congratulations to all our new CU iGem members!
Check out our feature
in the Cornell Chronicle.
Our 2015 project, fishPHARM
, was a big success! We won Best Undergrad Environmental Project along with Best Applied Design and Best Supporting Entrepreneurship.
Thanks to everyone who supported our crowdfunding campaign
and helped us reach 128% of our goal this year!
Our work on the standarization of genetic engineering of filamentous fungi from the 2013 project was published in ACS Synthetic Biology.
We won a gold medal at the 2014 giant jamboree! Click here
to learn more about our project.
Check out our article
published in Elsevier!
featured us in their newsletter
. Without contributions from sponsors such as SnapGene we wouldn't have been able achieve our goals. Thanks to all those who supported us!
Take a look at another story about us in the Cornell Daily Sun
We recieved Best Human Practice Advance at the World Jamboree! Popular Science considered us among the 9 coolest projects
at the competition!
We were featured in the Cornell chronicle. Check out the article here
Cornell iGEM recieved a gold medal and the Best Human Practices award for the second year in a row at regionals. We're also advancing to the world championship jamboree at MIT!
A sincere thanks to all our supporters on microryza. We reached our goal of $3000!
At the World Championship Jamboree
, Cornell iGEM placed in the top 16
, one of only five North American universities to do so!
Cornell iGEM was a finalist at the Americas East Regional Jamboree
, and won Best Human Practices and Best Wiki.
CU GEM was featured in the April issue
of IDT's DECODED
CU GEM won in the Manufacturing category of the iGEM 2011 competition!