Bachelor’s student in bioinformation technology, minoring in interdisciplinary product development. She is especially interested in applying synthetic biology for medicine and health-related products.
Master’s student in biosystems and biomaterials engineering program. She is interested in engineering microbial cells using synthetic biology tools to cure difficult diseases. In the future she would like to work in pharmaceutical industry.
Bachelor’s student in bioinformation technology and minoring in molecular biosciences. iGEM combines all of her interests, such as cell biology, bioengineering and research work, and is a great opportunity to apply her interdisciplinary studies in the field of synthetic biology.
Master’s student in bioinformatics. He is shifting from computer science to biology to gain a deeper understanding of living systems and to engineer things with synthetic tools.
Master's student in Biotechnology program. He wants to learn how synthetic biology can be applied to large scale bioprocess applications.
Bachelor’s student of molecular biosciences, majoring in biotechnology. She is excited about engineering genetic circuits and using medical applications of synthetic biology to discover new treatments for incurable diseases.
Bachelor’s student in mathematics and computer science in algorithms and machine learning. She enjoys combining math with different fields of research, especially biology, and believes that multidisciplinary work is the answer to real-world problems.
Bachelor’s student in biotechnology and chemical technology. She wants to understand nature and living organisms, and is fascinated by synthetic biology because of the new possibilities it offers for designing biological systems.
Master’s student of molecular biosciences, majoring in biochemistry. He wants to uncover the potential of synthetic biology in solving problems, especially in the field of clinical biochemistry.
Bachelor’s student in mathematics. During iGEM, he hopes to apply his experience in mathematics and programming to the modern field of synthetic biology.