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GLP.exe - Sponsors

Sponsors

We want to sincerely thank all our partners and sponsors who helped us realising GLP.exe. Without their financial support, material supplies and provision of laboratory space, the practical implementation of our project and competing in iGEM 2019 would not have been possible.

Collaboration: Experimenta - Das Science Center

Inaugurated in 2009 and expanded in 2019, Experimenta is Germany’s biggest science center. Located in the middle of Heilbronn, Baden-Wuerttemberg, it presents the world of science in a very interactive approach, providing exhibitions, games and events for spectators of every age. A further objective of Experimenta is the promotion of young researchers, offering school tours, holiday courses and individual support of creative projects.

Academic Sponsors and Institutions

The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) was founded in 1974 as an intergovernmental research facility for life sciences. It operates in Germany (Heidelberg and Hamburg), Spain (Barcelona), France (Grenoble), Italy (Rome) and England (Hinxton). In various groups basic research is conducted in international cooperation. EMBL Heidelberg focuses on cell biology and biophysics, developmental biology, genome biology as well as structural and computational biology.

The NCCT (NGS Competence Center Tübingen) was established in early 2018 with the help of the German Research Foundation. They aim at strengthening the use of high-throughput sequencing methods in Germany. The center offers automated high-throughput services and a rich portfolio of sequencing solutions using the latest Illumina and Oxford Nanopore Technologies sequencers. As part of the Quantitative Biology Center (QBiC), NCCT builds on established core facility structures and integrates with the existing infrastructure for data management and bioinformatics support.

The Studierendenrat Tuebingen is an institution within the student body of Eberhard Karls University of Tuebingen. It represents and organizes the interests of all enrolled students, from maintaining international student relations, promoting equality, initiating and administering work groups to supporting students’ events and projects financially.

Just having celebrated its 20th birthday, the Center for Plant Molecular Biology (ZMBP) of Eberhard Karls University Tuebingen is internationally known for its excellence in basic plant research. As a key feature, flat hierarchies and independent research groups enable researchers, no matter their profession or status, to use their expertise in genetics, cell and developmental biology, biochemistry, plant physiology, cellular nanoscience and microbiome research to its best.

Founded in 2000 and led by Prof. Oliver Kohlbacher, Kohlbacher Lab currently consists of three different groups. The group of applied bioinformatics at University of Tuebingen researches the analysis of omics data, structural bioinformatics and computational immunomics. At Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, interactions between biomolecules are being studied. Translational Bioinformatics are the research focus of the group at University Hospital Tuebingen, where they are working on the interface between medical informatics and bioinformatics.

Led by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wohlleben, the Department of Microbiology/ Biotechnology of the Eberhard Karls University Tuebingen studies the biology of actinomycetes. Several research groups focus on secondary metabolites and their production.

The Universitaetsbund supports teaching, science and research at Eberhard Karls University Tuebingen financially. Its funding is widely based on donations and support of its members, being professors or (former) students of the university, as well as citizens of Tuebingen.

Industrial Sponsors

Based in Reutlingen, Germany, 4base lab AG is a biotech company right in the neighbourhood of Tuebingen University. It focuses on molecular analysis for medical and pharmaceutical applications and research. Moreover it makes sure our drinking water is clean, by micro- and molecular biological screening.

7bioscience offers various products for life science and biotechnology laboratories. Next Generation Sequencing equipment, antibodies, polymerases or Kits and Assays are only some of their offers.

Agilent Technologies offers technical devices and applications for research of various kinds. Based in California, USA, but maintaining branches in more than 25 countries, it provides scientists worldwide with complete scientific solutions.

BioLegend offers antibodies and reagents for use in applications like flow and mass cytometry, ELISA, Western blotting and many more. By forward pushing research on development of reagents for application in biomedical research they aim to accelerate innovation in respective field.

Carl Roth is a supplier of various chemical compounds. They offer products used in the chemical industry as well as reagents used in life sciences.

Maintaining data centers worldwide, DigitalOcean is an US-american cloud infrastructure provider. It synchronizes applications simultaneously running on multiple devices, allowing applications like digital work spaces to be shared.

Uniting the brands Duran, Wheaton and Kimble, DWK Life sciences produces precision lab ware for various uses. They supply laboratories with glassware from basic equipment to precision measurement tools.

Based in Hamburg, Germany, Eppendorf supplies laboratories worldwide with consumables and technical devices. From Pipettes and microcentrifuge tubes to Ultra-Freezers and bioreactors - the range of products is wide.

One of the global leaders in bioanalytical services: Eurofins. The French/ Luxembourgian company focuses on food and fodder, as well as pharmaceutical analyses. It also maintains Eurofins Institut Jaeger in Tuebingen, a laboratory for environmental analytics.

The Austrian-German company is specialized in the field of medical technology. Greiner Bio-One being the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer), the corporation is divided to several branches, each focusing on different aspects. As the OEM, Greiner Bio-One produces laboratory equipment for hospitals, universities, pharmaceutical industries and more.

Implen produces spectroscopy instruments for non-destructive analyses. The company based in Munich, Germany, is widely known for their NanoPhotometers with modern features, easy handling and compact design.

Founded in 1998, Jena Bioscience supplies research and industry with all kind of reagents. From chemical compounds to DNA/RNA preparation or Crystallography kits they offer all kinds of material used in bioscience laboratories.

Founded in 2007 and based in Vienna, Austria, Lexogen is a biotech company, specialized on gene expression profiling. They offer analysis of the complete transcriptome as well as full length RNAs.

The biotech company based in Planegg, Germany, supplies life science laboratories with various reagents from DNA/RNA oligos to Miniprep Kits. Furthermore their portfolio contains oligos and antibodies for various analysis methods, proteomics analysis and more.

Based in Switzerland, Microsynth is one of the leading european companies in nucleic acid synthesis and analysis. They offer DNA/RNA Oligo synthesis as well as Sanger and Next Generation sequencing. Furthermore they offer running outsourced research projects from the fields of microbiology, genomics, molecular biology and bioinformatics.

The company based in Ipswich, United States, is leading in the discovery and development of molecular biology reagents. New England Biolabs offers various reagents and solutions related to synthetic biology, DNA amplification, RNA analysis, Next Generation Sequencing, protein expression and analysis as well as glycobiology and cellular analysis. Furthermore, they are engaging in promoting new technologies and social and environmental sustainability.

Offering more than 4,000 product for basic research in life sciences, as well as for the discovery and development of biomedical applications, Promega is a global leader in providing innovative solutions to life scientists. Their products range from the fields of genomics, protein analysis and expression to cellular analysis, drug discovery and genetic identity.

SnapGene is a key software to many molecular biology scientist. It simplifies the visualisation, planning and documenting of DNA cloning and PCR immensely.

The Dutch company offers advanced molecular testing applications. Qiagen products for extracting, purifying and stabilizing DNA, RNA and proteins are world leading.Their novel Qiagen software analyzes testings of single to hundreds of molecular variants.

The company siTOOLs based in Planegg, Germany, offers analyses of gene function with their genetic tools siRNA pools for RNAi-mediated Gene Silencing and biotinylated oligos for custom/ ribosomal RNA Capture (riboPOOL/raPOOL).

Since 1996, TriLink BioTechnologies has supplied researchers in the fields of gene therapy, nucleoside chemotherapy, vaccines and more with products for research, diagnostics and therapeutics. It produces oligonucleotides, mRNA transcripts, nucleotides, chemical compounds , solutions for PCR & RT-PCR, and NGS library preparation kits.

Twist Bioscience is specialized in DNA synthesis. By providing researchers with high quality DNA synthesis as well as various tools and libraries, they aim to speed up innovation in fields such as medicine, agriculture, industrial chemicals and data storage.

Based in Nanjing, China, the biotech company Vazyme produces enzymes and antibodies for diagnostics, sequencing and further life science research and applications.

Founded in 1994, Zymo Research is a company specialized in genomic DNA purification, RNA purification, microbiomics, plasmid prep and epigenetics, in which they are considered to be leading. They develop products for innovation in the biomedical field.