Our iGEM project is the result of seven months of team effort. Every member of our team has different qualities, which lead to division of the tasks. After finishing different subjects everything was discussed plenary, so everybody's point of view was integrated. We decided to do as much as possible with the team and minimally rely help from non-members of the team. The research that we conducted was based on previous findings of the Molecular Microbial Physiology Lab. In the table below the different subject are displayed with the members who were responsible for this and at the bottom of the page are some people we want to thank.
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We want to thank Wenyang Wu, Patricia Caicedo Burbano, Davide Montesarchio and Parsa Mahallehyousefi for their help and guidance during our research. They supported us in the lab with a lot of patience and attributed to the great time we had the past months. Due to their assistance we were able to achieve and learn a lot in this short period of time!
- Sophie Koster made a beautiful movie, the one you can see on our home page, about us and our project. We want to thank her for the effort she put into this. You can find her site here and her Facebook here.
- Josephine Drehmanns filmed the interviews at the Klimaatmarathon, where we asked people their opinions about GMO's
- Mohammad Aljohmani helped us with setting up the wiki, he assisted us in the begin phase of the wiki.
- Bas Teusink handed us a Biolog microplate
- Bas Teusink
- Anton Feenstra
- Bas Stringer
- Zoë Robaey
- Korienke Smit
- Peter Mooij
- Hans Bolscher
- Milou Dirkx
- Thom Egberts
- Marcel Bamberg
- Kaoutar Ashour
- Machiel Keestra
- The previous Amsterdam iGEM team
- All the people from the MMP Lab
- All the people that work at Photanol
- Tim Wagemakers
- The iGEM team University of Nebraska-Lincoln