Cambridge iGEM2011 Bactiridescence project
Inventive constructions using BioBricks
Bioluminescence and the science of Christmas
Glowing trees could light up city streets
How 'bioluminescent' trees that glow like fireflies could one day replace our streetlights
Students challenged to build their own living systems
Students from around the world demonstrate the future of synthetic biology at iGEM 2009.
Do-It-Yourself Genetic Engineering
BBC Radio Naked Scientist programme: iGEM interview
E. chromi and the Scatalog
At home with the DNA hackers
NPR Radio Interview: iGEM2009
Building new life forms at the iGEM Jamboree
Technicolor Doo-Doo
Cambridge wins Grand Prize for iGEM 2009
Building new life forms at the iGEM Jamboree
Design for life
University of Cambridge team wins iGEM synthetic biology competition
A team of college students from the University of Cambridge modified E. Coli bacteria to make it bright enough to see with the naked eye.
Bright bacteria wins synthetic biology competition
Synthetic biology takes root
HSE Horizon Scanning Intelligence Group Short Report: Synthetic biology
Top prize for Cambridge in genetically engineered biological machine competition
Cambridge iGEM2007 Synthetic Biology brochure
iGEM 2005: Synthetic Biology’s Future article
Designs on life article
Cambridge iGEM2005 Synthetic Biology brochure