iGEM sponsorship

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Over the last years the iGEM competition has been extremely efficient in stimulating participation of young scientists in synthetic biology research, and it has yielded many interesting and surprising concepts and applications.

BACIP promotes the use of bacilli in iGEM. Student teams that work with Bacillus seeking sponsorship may send in a summary of their project. BACIP will look at industrial attractiveness, applicability, and originality of the work and, based on its assessment, BACIP grants up to three sponsoring grants of €1,000 for each selected team annually.

Requests for grants are open from January until the 1st of May each year. Grant winners will be highlighted on the BACIP website. To this end, they will be requested to provide a summary of their work and link to their website.

You may send in your project to r.van.kranenburg@corbion.com

On behalf of BACIP,
Richard van Kranenburg

My former PhD student is looking for a PhD student to work on an exciting project in Listeria - please apply! https://t.co/0mzDMffO8z

PhD position University of Amsterdam: Understanding Translation Bottlenecks of Enzyme Production. Challenging, fundamental & applied project using mol biol and novel next gen-seq techniques. >12 months experience with mol gen tech required. PM me for more information.

Great study in @dev_cell, congratulations ⁦@CRodriguesLab⁩, ⁦@Ahmedbiooo⁩ and David Rudner ! Chromosome Segregation and Peptidoglycan Remodeling Are Coordinated at a Highly Stabilized Septal Pore to Maintain Bacterial Spore Development https://t.co/e104CZfoQa

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