Team:Tongji China/Attributions


Tongji iGEM - Attribution
Tongji iGEM
TongJi iGEM
Attributions
Here are the amazing people who made this project possible.
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The Team

Jianfeng Zhou - The team leader

Built our team in January 2017
Organized the team: intermediary between the team and the school
Paperwork: introduction and abstract of the project, About Our Lab Form, About Our Project Form, Final Safety Form, Part Registry
Plasmids construction
Human practice: gave science class in Tieling Middle School to help them learn more about iGEM and Synthetic Biology


Qian Zeng

Organized the team: intermediary between the team and the school
Plasmids Construction
Human practice: made a presentation at Open Night Live, introducing our iGEM project and Synthetic Biology


Wei Zhu

Interlab experiments
Behavioral experiments: understand out the experimental data
Kept in contact with other teams


Cichen Zhang

Behavioral experiments: design, process and results
Kept in contact with other teams


Chenyu Song

Modeling: initial modeling, data collection and the logic route of re-modeling


Zhifei Shi

Human practice: Biology courses and tool box designing
Human practice: gave science class in Tieling Middle School to help them learn more about iGEM and Synthetic Biology
Human practice: made a presentation at Open Night Live, introducing our iGEM project and Synthetic Biology.


Ruimin Xu

Interecommunions: made a presentation on CCiC held in Fujian, showing our project and preliminary experimental results
Designed our questionnaire and analyzed the results
Travel arrangements


Huan Wu

Human practice: gave a science class in Tieling Middle School to help them learn more about iGEM and Synthenic Biology
Travel arrangement


Xinran Chen

The art director: designed our logo, team suit, banner, video, poster and postcard


Giovanni Riva

Wiki page maker

Acknowledgements

We want to thank all the professors, teachers and students who have offered us great help during our project.


General support

First and foremost, we would like to show our deepest gratitude to our instructors: professor Changsheng Du and professor Lei Xue. Professor Du, a respectable, responsible and resourceful scholar, has provided us with the advices on the project’s idea and on the molecular experiments. As an experienced instructor of Drosophila melanogaster, Professor Xue helped us a lot on the behavioral experiments. He has also offered us many suggestions on our human practice activities.
We also want to thank for our instructor Ye Leng who help us gain some financial support from our university and Jiayu Chen who is going to take us to the Jamboree!


Lab support

We want to thank for all the labs which provided us with the experiment reagent, including Professor Fanglin Sun’s lab, Professor Shaorong Gao’s lab, Professor Lei Xue’s lab and Professor Changsheng Du’s lab. We definitely couldn’t finish our project without their kind help!


Funding support

Thanks to Professor Jing Zhang, who is in charge of our project in school. She helped us a lot in buying experiment materials.
Thanks to our college, Tongji University, they gave us enough funding to start our project.


Technique support

Thanks to Li Wu and Xiang Ding for helping us solve the problem in the plasmids construction and behavioral test separately. Both of them were very patient in teaching us not only usages but also strategies.


Human practice support

Thanks to Fablab Shanghai from Tongji Design & Innovation Institute for developing Biology & SynBio courses aiming at teenagers with our team. Their knowledge of machine manufacturing really help us make a simple biotool box demo. What’s more, they provide us a great community and school platform to put our courses into practice.


Presentation coach

Professor Chao Zhang and professor Jing Zhang helped us on presentation coaching. Thanks for their patient instructions.


Multimedia support

Thanks Qingyan Zeng for dubbing for our brief introduction video.


Material support

Last but not least, in our project, we used some other labs’ plasmids and materials. Here we want to show our sincere thanks to Chunyang Ni (SYSU, UTSW) and 2017 XMU iGEM team. Thanks for your kindness!
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Tongji_China iGEM 2017 Team
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