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"The International Genetically Engineered Machine competition (iGEM) is the premiere undergraduate Synthetic Biology competition. Student teams are given a kit of biological parts at the beginning of the summer from the Registry of Standard Biological Parts. Working at their own schools over the summer, they use these parts and new parts of their own design to build biological systems and operate them in living cells." –iGEM Foundation
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More information and application instructions can be found on EUREKA.
 
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Expectations for Members of the Team

  1. Previous experience
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    • It is expected that new iGEM team members will have previous research experience in a field such as: biology, molecular biology, chemistry, engineering, computer science, programming, phsyics, math, etc.... Many members have participated in the Freshmen Research Initiative (FRI) here at UT or previously worked in a research lab on campus. Previous research experience is not an absolute requirement for highly motivated students.
    • We encourage non-biologists to apply. Many of the most successful and interesting iGEM projects of all time have had contributions from computer scientists, physicists, mathematicians, game programmers, graphic designers, visual artists... This year we are particularly interested in recruiting students with programming and artistic backgrounds.
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    • In the past, new students were required to participate in the synthetic biology seminar course taught by Professor Barrick and Clinical Professor Dennis Mishler. However, this course will not be offered in 2017. Instead, you will attend weekly meetings examining the field of synthetic biology: discussing important papers, presenting past winning iGEM projects, and working as part of a group to propose an iGEM-style project that the team might work on during the summer.
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    • Attendance at these meetings is required to gain the necessary background for participating in the iGEM team.
    • You will also be required to attend weekly lab times in the spring. These ~4 hour lab periods will allow you to either begin your research project or teach you the basic techniques required to be successful during the summer. You will be given protocols and assistance to accomplish this during the spring semester.
  1. Spring: Begin Research and SXSW Create
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    • Since 2014 the UT iGEM team has participated in SXSW with a synthetic biology outreach project. We hope to participate in 2017. All member are expected to use this as a learning experience.
    • Write research proposals and apply for summer funding/fellowships. Several research fellowships will provide a research stipend for full-time work during the summer. All iGEM team members will be required to apply for funding, under the guidance of Professors Barrick and Mishler. Last year 2 non-freshmen students received awards.
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    • Since 2014 the UT iGEM team has participated in SXSW with a synthetic biology outreach project. We hope to participate in 2018. All member are expected to use this as a learning experience.
    • Write research proposals and apply for summer funding/fellowships. Several research fellowships will provide a research stipend for full-time work during the summer. All iGEM team members will be required to apply for funding, under the guidance of Professors Barrick and Mishler. Last year 1 non-freshmen students received an award.
 
    • Brainstorm and find funding sources for iGEM summer work and travel to the competition. Research is not cheap, and neither are scientific conferences. Members of the iGEM team will search for local sponsors and other organizations that might help cover the costs of doing undergraduate research. Students will be encouraged to be pro-active in searching for funds on campus or from biotech companies. In 2016 a student organization was formed that will allow us to fundraise on campus. You are expected to assist in these efforts.
  1. Summer: Main Work on iGEM Project
    • Non-freshmen are expected to contribute 20+ hours of work per week for most of the summer on the iGEM project. This can be arranged with Professor Mishler, as some students may have a summer stipend and can work more hours while other students may have a part time job or classes.
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    • If sufficient time is spent writing a proposal and working on a specific project, signing up for research credit for the spring, summer, or fall is possible.
    • Team members will have specific responsibilities to finish to prepare us for the fall competition, such as website construction, making figures, or powerpoint presentations.
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    • Finish the iGEM-related research.
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  • As part of that 1 page statement, please refer to one of your previous research experiences and how that experience will make you a great iGEM teammate. Include at least one idea you have for a possible project or use for synthetic biology to improve society. (it doesn't necessarily have to be realistic for an iGEM project). Mail your application as a PDF to dennis.mishler@utexas.edu . You will receive an e-mail confirmation once we have begun looking at your application.
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  • Depending on the number and quality of applicants, we expect to be able to accommodate several new non-freshmen students.

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    • We encourage non-biologists to apply. Many of the most successful and interesting iGEM projects of all time have had contributions from computer scientists, physicists, mathematicians, game programmers, graphic designers, visual artists... This year we are particularly interested in recruiting students with programming and artistic backgrounds.
  2. Spring: Weekly Discussion Meetings on Synthetic Biology
    • In the past, new students were required to participate in the synthetic biology seminar course taught by Professor Barrick and Clinical Professor Dennis Mishler. However, this course will not be offered in 2016. Instead, you will attend weekly meetings examining the field of synthetic biology: discussing important papers, presenting past winning iGEM projects, and working as part of a group to propose an iGEM-style project that the team might work on during the summer. You will also be expected to learn the lab techniques required to conduct synthetic biology. You will be given protocols and assistance to accomplish this during the spring semester.
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    • The weekly meetings will be a mix of our 2014 course: 2014 Synthetic Biology Course and our spring FRI course.
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    • Students will have regular small meetings with Professor Mishler and weekly team meetings with additional UT researchers.
    • If sufficient time is spent writing a proposal and working on a specific project, signing up for research credit for the spring, summer, or fall is possible.
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    • Includes creating a multimedia website and presentation describing the project.
    • Finish the iGEM-related research.
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  • As part of that 1 page statement, please refer to one of your previous research experiences and how that experience will make you a great iGEM teammate. Include at least one idea you have for a possible project or use for synthetic biology to improve society. (it doesn't necessarily have to be realistic for an iGEM project). Mail your application as a PDF to dennis.mishler@utexas.edu . You will receive an e-mail confirmation once we have begun looking at your application.
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  • DEADLINE We will begin contacting students who have applied starting on Jan. 8th to arrange interviews with team advisors. Final decisions will be made before Jan. 15th
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"The International Genetically Engineered Machine competition (iGEM) is the premiere undergraduate Synthetic Biology competition. Student teams are given a kit of biological parts at the beginning of the summer from the Registry of Standard Biological Parts. Working at their own schools over the summer, they use these parts and new parts of their own design to build biological systems and operate them in living cells."    iGEM Foundation

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    • Main objective is to learn techniques and perform exploratory projects under the supervision of current team members
    • If requested and sufficient time is spent on developing a specific project, signing up for research credit is possible.
  2. Expected to contribute 20+ hours of work per week during the summer on the iGEM project
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    • Main objective is to learn techniques and perform exploratory projects under the supervision of current team members.
    • If sufficient time is spent proposing and working on a specific project, signing up for research credit is possible.
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    • You are encouraged to apply apply for fellowships that provide a research stipend.
    • Or, if sufficient time is spent proposing and working on a specific project, signing up for research credit is possible.
  3. Early Fall: Prepare for and Attend Jamborees
    • Includes creating a multimedia website and presentation describing the project.
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  • We will have a mixer as an opportunity to meet with students and advisors from last year's team right before the semester begins for students who have applied to join the team or who are interested in learning more before deciding whether to apply.
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    • The course is tentatively scheduled for Mondays 2-5 pm.
    • To register, fill out the form to "register for graduate course" from Undergraduate Chemistry Office and have Dr. Barrick sign it.
  2. Opportunity to perform research during the spring semester in the Barrick lab
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    • If requested and sufficient time is spent on developing a specific project, signing up for research credit is possible.
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  4. Selected students who have made the greatest contributions will attend the America regional and World Jamborees (if we advance). (Number depends on sponsorship of team and available resources. Some travel grants are available.)

How to Apply

  • Send a resume and a short (<1-page) statement about why you are interested in synthetic biology to utigem@gmail.com. Include at least one idea you have for a possible project or use for synthetic biology (it doesn't necessarily have to be realistic).
  • We will begin contacting students who have applied after Jan. 7th for interviews.
  • We will have a mixer as an opportunity to meet with students and advisors from last year's team right before the semester begins for students who have applied to join the team or who are interested in learning more before deciding whether to apply.
  • We encourage non-biologists to apply. Many of the most successful and interesting iGEM teams have had contributions from computer scientists, physicists, web programmers, graphic designers, and artists.
 

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