The Virginia iGEM team presented “Quorus," a novel synthetic gene network that enhances the productivity of bacteria-based bio-...
What is Virginia iGEM?
We are a student-run research team and synthetic biology interest group. Every year, we select a new team from our pool of applicants; those applicants will participate in the International Genetic Engineering Machine competition through Spring semester, Summer and Fall. Team members work together to discover problems that can be solved using synthetic biology, design and engineering solutions to those problems, and implement functional prototypes of those solutions that will be presented in October during the iGEM Conference in Boston.
More About Us
Virginia iGEM is recruiting for 2020!
Want to know more about Synthetic Biology? Do you find genetic engineering fascinating? Do the words 'sustainable biomanufacturing' excite you?Learn More and Apply!
Current Team and Project
Virginia 2019 is steaming forward and we're excited to see what they'll present at the conference in October!Learn more about Virgina iGEM 2019
Past Teams and Projects
Ever since 2007, Virginia iGEM has been giving students the opportunity to get their feet wet with synthetic biology.Meet the iGEM Family