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UCSF iGEM is an exciting partnership between researchers at UCSF and the San Francisco Unified School District. It offers talented young biologists the opportunity to have an authentic and unique experience in research--one that emphasizes and encourages collaboration, communication, critical thinking and creativity.






Winners of 2014 Giant Jamboree Gold Medal

and Best Presentation (undergrad)


Learn more about their project Sense and Secrete-ability on their wiki


(Feb. 26, 2015) Read about our innovative team in the UCSF News!


(Dec. 10, 2014) The 2013 project-turned ACS Syn Bio paper was featured in Chemical and Engineering News!


(Dec. 8, 2014) Read about the team in a featured interview on GetSynBio


(Nov. 19, 2014) The 2013 team published their work --  Specific Gene Repression by CRISPRi System Transferred through Bacterial Conjugation -- in ACS Syn Bio, now available open source. 








*UCSF iGEM in the NEWS*

UCSF iGEM Brings Home the Gold in 2011

UCSF iGEM 2008 in the SF Chronicle

SF Chronicle on UCSF iGEM 2007!

NYTimes Article: iGEM & Science at Lincoln High




 2013 iBioMagazine Feature on the UCSF iGEM Team



UCSF iGEM 2011 - with SF Mayor Ed Lee!


UCSF iGEM Finalist 2007




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