Skip to ContentSkip to Navigation
Part of University of Groningen
Science LinXScience Linx News

Breaking: Groningen iGEM team makes final four in World Jamboree

05 November 2012
The Food Warden Team
The Food Warden Team

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.

Food Warden in the finals
Food Warden in the finals

The Food Warden team takes the stage for their final presentation. Are those air warden hard hats?

Last modified:10 June 2015 11.59 a.m.
printView this page in: Nederlands

More news

  • 20 May 2019

    Forthcoming honorary doctor Titia de Lange: Splicing ropes and aging

    Titia de Lange has dedicated most of her working life to researching long telomeres – the ends of chromosomes. She was awarded an honorary doctorate in June for her ground-breaking research. De Lange’s first experiment as a PhD student, under the supervision...

  • 17 May 2019

    "Worms man" Dr. Jeroen Onrust wins Science Prize Campus Fryslân 2019

    Bioloog Jeroen Onrust mag zich de winnaar noemen van de Wetenschapsprijs Campus Fryslân 2019. Onrust onderzocht voor zijn promotieonderzoek bij Rijksuniversiteit Groningen/Campus Fryslân het belang van regenwormen op de vruchtbaarheid van agrarisch...

  • 16 May 2019

    Grote spiraalstelsels maken zeer efficiënt sterren

    Grote spiraalstelsels, zoals onze naaste buur de Andromedanevel, laten bijna geen gas- of stofdeeltjes onbenut bij het vormen van sterren. Dat hebben Nederlandse astronomen berekend aan de hand van de draaisnelheden van ruim honderd nabije stelsels...