University of Waterloo
provided cloning expertise to their wet lab team, to help specifically with primer design.
Our figure can be found here
. We filled out their survey which was sent around to see
if 3D printing could be used as a cost-effective way to make lab equipment.
welcomed us into their lab space and created an open area to discuss the details of our
projects currently, and in the future. They gave us priceless training in the building of functional
metagenomic libraries and told us about the magic cloning helper Guanosine.
University of Toronto
answered questions about our iGEM team over skype to help them create a podcast series
filled out an in-depth questionnaire on science communication to help us get insight from
a young group of scientists.
University of Calgary/Canadian iGEM
provided the University of Calgary iGEM team a two-page summary of our work for their
monthly newsletter in August, September, October, and November.
provided a platform for Canadian iGEM teams to explain their projects and create a
community between teams that are separated by thousands of kilometers.
Surveys and other Help
Hefei University of Technology
We provided feedback on a search tool they were developing for navigating the iGEM website.
Greece iGEM Team
We filled out their survey on engineering and delivering modular RNAi-based logic circuits to treat
University of Friedberg
We filled out their survey on immunotherapies.
Team INSA-UPS France
We filled out survey about cholera.
Team Franconia, Germany
We offered team Franconia a part of our poster board to post a QR code for their interactive app.