The University of Groningen team Food Warden, participating in the iGEM World Jamboree has made it to the finals, together with teams from LMU-Munick, Paris Bettancourt and Slovenia. The final presentations by the four teams are later this afternoon (Monday 5 November).
Previously, the Groningen team won the European Jamboree in Amsterdam, with their design of a bacteria that produces a colour-signal when it 'sniffs' spoiled meat.
More on the @iGEM or @sciencelinx twitterstream.
The Food Warden team takes the stage for their final presentation. Are those air warden hard hats?
Prof. marleen Kamperman has been appointed as a new scientific member of The Royal Holland Society of Sciences (KHMW)
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The 'Growing with Green Steel' project which last year received funding from the National Growth Fund is officially launched. As a partner, the RUG is contributing to a new, greener life cycle for Dutch steel.
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