Exeter iGEM 2013 · Paint by Coli

Who Are We?

We are a multidisciplinary team of 3rd year undergraduates from the University of Exeter.
Click on our names to find out about us and our roles in the team, or visit our official team page
Georgia Drew
Adam Thomas
Beth Lodge
Angus Laurenson
Felicity Heath
Callum Vincent
Rachel Evans
Henri Laakso
Fran Entwistle
Tom Hickman
Josh Middleton

Many thanks to our wonderful, ever patient supervisors:
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Dr. Lizzy Dridge
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Dr. John Love
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Dr. Paul James

We would also like to thank all of the academics, PhD students, visitors and staff members who have made this project possible. Their willingness to give us their time, their help and their valuable opinions have not only made this summer far easier, but has made the iGEM experience utterly memorable and enjoyable!

Dr. Nic Harmer, Dr. Clive Butler, Clio Andreae, Victoria Baldwin, Dr. George Littlejohn, Professor Rob Beardmore, Dr. Tom Howard, Gwen Batten, Professor C Peter Winlove, Dr. Helen Featherstone, Dr. Nicola King,Dr. Christine Sambles, Dr. Matthew Baker and Dr. Janet Cotter.

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About the University of Exeter

The University of Exeter is situated in Devon, England, in the beautiful city of Exeter. We are regarded as being in the top one percent of Universities in the world, with over 18,000 students from 130 different countries across the world studying on one of three campuses across the South West. We were recently named “Sunday Times University of the Year 2013”, and joined the Russell Group in 2012 to join such Universities as the University of Cambridge, University of Edinburgh and the University of Oxford. Our team is made up of students from the College of Life and Environmental Sciences and the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, both based on the picturesque Streatham Campus. The University undertakes a variety of world-class research in an array of different subjects, ranging from extrasolar planets to international relations. The University has announced its plans to build a £50 million multi-disciplinary research centre at the heart of the Streatham Campus to look at 'Living Systems' and address issues including food security, environmental sustainability and systems medicine.


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Exeter iGEM 2013 · Paint by Coli