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  • Another Successful Giant Jamboree - Congratulations all 2017 Participants!

    Nov 28, 2017
    iGEM From Above 2017
    2017 iGEM From Above (iGEM Foundation, Justin Knight)

    The 2017 Competition Season is Now Over

    Congratulations to all teams, and welcome all participants to After iGEM! 

    We are proud to highlight the following teams from this year:

    Undergraduate Section: Overgraduate Section: High School Section:  
    Grand Prize:
    Vilnius-Lithuania 
    Grand Prize:
    TUDelft

    Grand Prize:
    TAS Taipei

    1st Runner-up:
    William and Mary

    1st Runner-up:
    Munich
     

    2nd Runner-up:
    Heidelberg 

       

    The Chairman's Award is presented to the team that best displays iGEM’s spirit and values

    This year we are proud to recognize two outstanding teams:

    Team AshesiGhana from Ashesi University College in Ghana, Africa – for their efforts to address illegal gold mining in Ghana, one of the world’s leading producers of gold. 

    Team Georgia State from Georgia State University, USA – for their public engagement and outreach efforts to promote the accessibility of scientific communication to the deaf and hard of hearing. 

    Read the official press release here: http://2017.igem.org. The complete list of results and project wikis are available on the iGEM 2017 Results page, including winners for each of 14 Tracks and other special awards and medals.


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