Competition to win a free library of up to 500 DNA constructs
Gen9 has developed a unique technology to synthesize DNA constructs and has used it to build a novel fabrication capability for next-generation gene synthesis known as the BioFab® platform.
The inaugural G-Prize contest was launched to foster creative and innovative approaches for using synthetic DNA libraries to constructively advance industries such as pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biofuels and agriculture.
If you also believe in the potential of synthetic biology, tell Gen9 how you want to revolutionize an industry through your research – you could win up to 500 synthetic DNA constructs (GeneBits™) to pursue your big idea.
The G-Prize contest is open to academic and non-profit scientists only. Deadline for entries is September 30, 2012.
For more information, including how to apply, click here.
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