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Please provide ONE project title of up to '''15 words''' and ONE project abstract of '''100 to 150 words''' to be included in the Jamboree program.  The program will include all team projects and abstracts and will be a way to communicate what each team's project is about. 
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''Update:'' You can see all the team project titles and abstracts '''[http://2013.igem.org/Jamboree/Team_Abstracts here]'''!
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<strong>Project Title:</strong> YeasTherm&#174;
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====How to submit your project abstract and title====
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<span style="font-weight:bold; font-size:110%; color:red">Note:</span> The submission process for project abstracts and titles has changed! Please submit your project abstract and title using the <strong>new</strong> online system.
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In Taiwan, fish farmers lose a large amount of fish because temperature falls dramatically when cold current comes in winter. Of course, fish farmers try to prevent fish from death dying; however, the current methods do not work well. Moreover, they cause damage to the environment. In 2013 iGEM competition, NTU-Taiwan team tries to make a bio-heating device. We transform the UCP (uncoupling protein) or AOX (alternative oxidase) gene into yeast and E.coli. UCP and AOX are thermogenins which can produce heat by interacting with the electron transport chain. By designing the gene circuit, we want to well control the power of the bio-heating device. In addition, we want to simulate the pound environment in reality by computer and the test results after using our device in low temperature.
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# Log into your [http://igem.org/Team_List?year=2013 official team profile]
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# Under the "Title and Abstract" section, click on "Edit" above the gray box
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# Enter your project title and abstract
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# Basic formatting utilizing the &#60;i&#62; and &#60;b&#62; HTML tags can be used
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It is important that you submit your track selection on time, as the system will be closed on <strong>August 30</strong>.
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Questions can be emailed to <strong>hq AT igem DOT org</strong>.

Latest revision as of 18:47, 24 October 2013

Project Title and Abstract

Due August 30

Please provide ONE project title of up to 15 words and ONE project abstract of 100 to 150 words to be included in the Jamboree program. The program will include all team projects and abstracts and will be a way to communicate what each team's project is about.

Update: You can see all the team project titles and abstracts here!


How to submit your project abstract and title


Note: The submission process for project abstracts and titles has changed! Please submit your project abstract and title using the new online system.

  1. Log into your official team profile
  2. Under the "Title and Abstract" section, click on "Edit" above the gray box
  3. Enter your project title and abstract
  4. Basic formatting utilizing the <i> and <b> HTML tags can be used


It is important that you submit your track selection on time, as the system will be closed on August 30.

Questions can be emailed to hq AT igem DOT org.