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We're strong believers in the idea that science gets nowhere without support. As a result, when we weren't in lab this summer, you could often find us out and about in the community teaching anyone and everyone who would listen to us about synthetic biology! We harnessed the power of social media, gave presentations to everyone from children to adults, taught high schoolers some basic lab techniques, and collaborated with other iGEM teams to help spread awareness about the field of synthetic biology! Not to mention we started a podcast about synthetic biology and made and curated memes!

Use the links above to see pictures and more detailed descriptions of the Outreach events that we did this summer, and the ones that we have planned for the future! If you're as excited as we are about the future of synthetic biology, or just want to learn more, we'd love to have you stop by one of our future events! Feel free to contact our Outreach Coordinator, Ravali Reddy at to learn more about where you can meet up with us or see one of our upcoming presentations!

Peace, Love and Pipettes!

The 2013 Stanford-Brown iGEM team with NASA Ames Director, General Pete Worden

Collaborated with team UC Davis to characterize promoter strengths

Worked with Team Edinburgh to develop a B. subtilis integration vector for BioBricks

Instructed high school seniors in the basics of synthetic biology and how to build an iGEM team

Demonstrated synbio and iGEM to the public at the Bay Area and New York Maker Faires

Worked with the California Academy of Sciences in Synthetic Biology outreach; participation in outreach event scheduled for Oct. 12, 2013

Curated iGEM memes with additional social outreach via Instagram and Twitter

Produced iGEM podcast to discuss Synbio topics

Presented projects to NASA Ames Center Director S. Pete Worden