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

Finally the paper of @Ch_Winterhalter is out! A thorough and extensive analysis on how DnaD is able to recruit the helicase in B. subtilis, with beautiful Crio-EM structure obtained by @ilango_aravind. https://t.co/zeXdm3Dui2

@PSudzi also invites all to the upcoming @Bacell_EU #BACELL2021 meeting in Prague 🇨🇿
26-27 August 2021
(🤞🤞🤞🤞🤞🤞🤞🤞)

#Subtillery2021

🔬🏭#Biotechnology can be a game-changer for different industries. How can we ensure we get the best benefit from it?

👩🏻‍🏫Experts on the matter will share their expertise in our online event on 15th June at 16:00 (CEST)

✍🏻Register now for free here! https://t.co/WQTwYWFZ6h

This month's paper of the month is dedicated to the memory of the late Dan Tawfik!

https://t.co/LmF1k69RI2

@Bacell_EU #glutamate #metabolism #thankyouDan

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