The International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) aims to solve real-world challenges by building genetically engineered biological systems to advance research in synthetic biology. Who knew that the functioning of Proteins and DNAs in a cell could lead to some fantastic technical machines!
- Skills you'll get to learn- Mathematical Modelling, Biology, Design and Thinking
- Activities to be performed in recruitment process- You will be selected based on an interview for which study material will be provided to you earlier
- When does Recruitment process begin- Towards the end of the first year, mid-April.
- Times when club is active - Mainly during the summers
- Competitions participated in- iGEM competition (MIT), National level competitions
- General Location of club activities- Modelling can be done anywhere with a laptop and labs are in Block-1
Peak workload (hours required per week) - 25-30 hours during summers, depends otherwise
Size of team - 25
Number of fresh recruitments taken per year - 10-12
SakshamMemberAbhilash PatelSenior Member