4. Deliverables

Every iGEM team is responsible for delivering the following items. These items are used to evaluate your team, in addition to the other medal and award criteria. Failure to complete these deliverables may impact your team’s chances at winning prizes during the Giant Jamboree.

4.1 Required Deliverables

1. Team Wiki

Due Date: November 1

Teams need to document their project on their Wiki page. This page is the public face of your project. Since it is hosted on the iGEM servers, no content will ever get lost and you will still be able to share the website after the competition.

2. Project Attribution

Due Date: November 1

All of the work done in your project must be attributed correctly on your team's Attributions page. You must clearly state the work that was done by the students on your team and note any work that was done by people outside of your team.

3. Team Poster

Due Date: Giant Jamboree

Each team is given one poster slot and the poster cannot exceed these dimensions: 4 ft. X 4 ft. (1.22 m X 1.22 m). Students must present the poster during the scheduled Poster Sessions at the Giant Jamboree.

4. Team Presentation

Due Date: Giant Jamboree

Each team is given one 20-minute presentation slot. Each team will be randomly assigned a presentation time during the Giant Jamboree. The presentation must be given by a student on the team roster.

5. Safety Forms

Due Dates: June 30, Oct 2

All teams are expected to follow a high standard of safe and responsible biological engineering. Teams must submit various safety forms over the course of the competition (Safety Check-In, About Our Lab, About Our Project, New Parts and Final Safety Form). Safety Check-In opens June 2; Safety Form Parts 1-3 are to be complete by Friday, June 30, 2017; Safety Form Part 4-5 are to be complete by Monday, October 2, 2017

6. Judging Form

Due Date: October 27

Since iGEM is a competition, teams will be judged on their projects during the Giant Jamboree. Teams fill out their own Judging Form. The Judging Form will be sent to the judges so they can evaluate your team for prizes and awards.

7. Registry Part Pages

Due Date: November 1

Teams must create and document Part pages on the Registry for the Parts they make. While your Team Wiki exists to document your entire project, the Registry Part Page(s) exist to specifically document your new part(s). These pages should be very detailed.

8. Sample Submission

Mail By Date: October 27

Submit DNA samples of your new Parts to the Registry. Teams are asked to submit samples of their new Parts to the Registry to help make the Registry better each year. Teams must follow our DNA Submission Guidelines to qualify for medals.


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