WELCOME TO THE CLEMSON iGEM CLUB!!!
The international Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition is a global synthetic biology contest that originated at MIT. The goal of the program is to have undergraduates, under the guidance of faculty and graduate students, think critically about both community and global biological problems relating to synthetic biology techniques. It provides undergraduates with invaluable experience in experimental procedures that go beyond normal coursework, as well as help the students grow in their ability to formulate ideas, work in groups, and be effective presenters.
Undergraduate - Professional/Academic/Departmental
Life Sciences Building
First Thursday of each month
This description is on your organization's PUBLIC PROFILE on the online Organization Directory at https://stuaff.clemson.edu/or.... It can be an important marketing tool for recruiting new members.
The Clemson iGEM Club is an opportunity for students interested in synthetic biology and genetic engineering to meet, discuss and plan events related to promoting synthetic biology on campus and in the community.
- No membership application/process
Please provide the title of your primary student officer (i.e. Director, Chair, President, etc.)
If your organization receives funding from any source, you are required to have a Financial Officer/Treasurer. If you do not, please indicate N/A. The Financial Officer/Treasurer on record can be the Primary Student Officer.
If your organization has a Financial Officer/Treasurer, please provide that individual's CU email address. If your organization does not have a Financial Officer/Treasurer, provide the CU email address for the Primary Student Officer/President.
Primary Advisor MUST be a FULL-TIME CU faculty/staff member.
Dr. Jeremy Tzeng