Team:UNIK Copenhagen/Attributions


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We would like to thank all the people and teams that collaborated with us. In this way, they helped us to progress towards our goals and to achieve an enrichment in knowledge and skills. In particular, we want to thank the people and teams listed below.

Anna Illum Høgh, who drawed the logo that we successively digitalized.

Inbal Lieblich, for helping us with the realization of the stop motion part of our video.

Michael Hansen, who helped us to take images using the confocal microscope.

Aske Mottelson, B.Sc. in Computer Science at University of Copenhagen, for writing the script for the image slider at the home page of our wiki.

Michel Christian Nèmery, senior consultant at Radiology Department X at Herlev Hospital, for his medical feedback on our project and for his statement to the Danish magazine "Ingeniøren".

Maria Constantin, M.Sc. student in Biology-Biotechnology at University of Copenhagen, who wrote the safety page on the wiki.

Kristoffer Nielsen, M.Phil. student at University of Copenhagen, for writing the very interesting discussion about open source.

The 2013 iGEM teams of Technical University of Denmark (DTU iGEM team) and University of Southern Denmark SDU for the training and precious advices that we got during the workshops that we attended together.

Moreover, we want to thank all the teams that promptly contributed to realize our Brick of Knowledge project and specifically we thank the iGEM teams of University of York, València Biocampus, University of Leeds, Purdue University, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, University of Southern Denmark, Technical University of Denmark and Brigham Young University.

We are very grateful and we want to thank all the lab people working at Department of Plant and Environmental Science of the University of Copenhagen for supporting our team and helping us to solve the little daily lab work issues.