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One Drop at a Time: BU iGEM Team Brings Home Gold
Feb 16. 2023 | Featuring the BU iGEM Team
The annual International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition is a momentous opportunity for engineering students with a passion for synthetic biology to gain valuable hands-on experience and make their big ideas into solid reality. Boston University has sponsored a team for the competition for many years now, with the dedicated support of Professor Douglas Densmore and STEM Pathways.
Jump-starting Biotechnology Careers for Boston High School Students
Nov. 4 2021 | Featuring Professor Douglas Densmore
New STEM outreach program, led by BU and funded by the Department of Defense, will introduce underserved students to the emerging field of Synthetic Biology. The US Department of Defense is also totally on board with that idea. It has awarded a $2.3 million, three-year grant to Densmore and collaborators at BU, who will use the funds to run outreach programs that provide underserved high school students with access to pioneering biotechnology companies and a crash course in all things Synthetic Biology.