Monthly Archives: November 2012

A synthetic biology solution to polystyrene degradation, can it be done? University of Leicester iGEM Team

­­­­iGEM   The genetically engineered machine (iGEM) competition started in 2003 and is open for participants from all over the world, consisting of 10 teams each with a student capacity of 10.  iGEM at the University of Leicester is used as an opportunity for 2nd year undergraduate students to­ gain research work experience over the […]

When do viruses undergo lysogeny?

Just a note to say sorry for the lack of posts, but starting the term of second year medical sciences has been a very busy time not only to do with work but also with a lot of extracurricular activities and application for year in industry or abroad. In a microbiology lecture on bacterial genetics […]