The University of Exeter has entered the international Genetically Engineered Machines competition for the first time. Their team, comprised of four biochemists, four physicists, a mathematician and an engineering student, are ambitiously attempting in vivo synthesis of artifical polysaccharides. It’s a tall order…
Our wiki: http://2012.igem.org/Team:Exeter
Our team (shown clockwise from top left in photo):
Andy Corbett: Mathematics
James Lynch: Biophysicist
Freddie Dudbridge: Biochemistry
Liam Stubbington: Physics
Alex Clowsley: Biophysicist
Ryan Edginton: Biophysicist
Alice Bond: Engineering
Alex Baldwin: Biological and Medicinal Chemistry student
Mary Beton: Biochemistry
Becca Philp: Biological and Medicinal Chemistry student
Some of our favourite people:
Tom Howard: Voice of Reason.
George Littlejohn: Bioimagery genuis.
Rafael Pena-Miller: Time traveller and coding guru.
Christine Sambles: Omicsician.
Dr Nic-The-Awesome Harmer
Professor Winlove: King of Physics Tower