There are nineteen angels highly contributed in our program. We consist of thirteen fabulous team members, doing fantastic job during this summer, four high schools, four advisers, one PI. Want to see more about them? Click this dedicated instrument Ruan to view details!
Our projects focus closely on relics conservation materials that have never present in iGEM before. If you find the production of carminic acid in S. cerevisiae or the corporation of 5 enzymes to produce lacquer particularly attractive, please feel free to explore more in this Precious Bottle Gourd!
Our projects used various parts to facilitate us to collect data for modeling. Now, we are sharing all the part we used to the iGEM community. Come to see the parts behind these two China plates!
The most essential element of doing experiment is biosafety, and we have followed strict rules during the experiment period. You can see our disciplines in this traditional Lacquer Censer.
To find the influence and acceptance of the idea behind projects, we had visited many experts in conservation and art fields, and they not only provided valuable advices but also new ideas for our integrated combination project—carminic acid production. Meanwhile, we collaborated with several schools to maximize our value. Click this cute Red Sandalwood Comb to learn about the details!
We have stayed in the lab since June. To see how we work through the design, construction, and data collecting process, just click this Lacquer Covered Mandarin Duck!
By using mathematical tools, we constructed models for both projects. These models provide us clear guidelines for the following actions of our program. Check this Red Lacquer Bowl to see our models inside.
The aim of this page is to show clearly why our program deserves medals and awards. To help your evaluation and judgement, please allow us to show the reasons behind this Red Sandalwood Elephant.