Team:USTC CHINA/HumanPractice/Activity


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May festival

As one of iGEMers’ classical activities, our lab is open to public at one weekend in May. 18th, we welcomed 18 groups of high school students and 11 groups of school students. We welcomed over 500 normal. In order to show our lab work and popularize synthetic biology, we rearranged our lab and created several kids’ games about iGEM.



Biosensor has been a classical topic in iGEM and Synthetic Biology. Many biosensor cases have been known by public, for example, detecting pollutants in the environment, Fluorescent coloring. So, biosensor is a good example to explain the idea of iGEM. USTC iGEMers are always devoted into popularizing synthetic biology. After last year’s Hefei Genetically Modified (GM) Knowledge Competition, we host an activity named ”Super Taster”, in order to recruit more people to take a brief glance at iGEM. Are we better taster than engineered bacterial? We provided others a chance to see and feel “biosensor”. Come on! Join us!


Talking with peers

Communication makes science attractive, and learning from each other lights up iGEM competition. It says, a single conversation across the table with a wise man worth a month's study of books. Talking with peers bridges the gap between us and promotes our cooperation. We had visited five iGEM teams, (SJTU,FDU,NJU,WHU and PKU,) thus we travelled almost all over China within half a year. Moreover, in order to increase iGEM’s popularity in China, we also be invited to two universities which are good at Biosciences (Nanjing Agricultural University, Henan Normal University) to give speeches about iGEM.

Visitor from SDU

Visit FDU

Visit SJTU

Visit WHU