The Harvard team is presenting our project - Massively Multiplexed Zinc Finger Protein Engineering - today (Sat. Nov 5th) in MIT’s Stata Center in Room 32-123 at 3:30 pm. Hope to see you there!
Our presentation is complete! Thanks for everyone who showed up, hope you enjoyed it!
A big shout out to all the other great teams here at the iGEM 2011 Americas regionals! If you missed our presentation, be sure to check out our wiki: http://2011.igem.org/Team:Harvard
We also have a great interview about the future of gene therapy using zinc fingers, as well as some of the difficulties (eg. intellectual property) and dangers (unwanted genomic changes) that might lie ahead: http://2011.igem.org/Team:Harvard/Results/Human_Practices
We’ve been a little late catching up on the Social Media side of Harvard iGEM, but here we are! This year we’ve got a great team and our TFs hail from the Church Lab. We’re taking advantage of some great technology from the Church Lab to investigate genetic diversity in a short time frame. More info to come as the proper iGEM wiki page ends its construction phase. Team and TFs intros to come!
We’re recruiting for the 2011 iGEM team! If you’re interested, please download the application here.