Team:Queens Canada/Partners/OSLI


Design. Build. Collaborate.

iGEM and the parts registry is specifically designed to allow the sharing of ideas and development of synthetic biology. To further this collaboration, as a sponsored team of the Oil Sands Leadership Initiative (OSLI) our team is part of a network of researchers developing new solutions for the environmental challenges presented by acquiring fuel sources.

Find out more about OSLI here.

Oil Sands Leadership Initiative

Click on a link below to discover their project!
University of Debrecen- Oil Derivative Sensors

University of Calgary- Naphthenic Acid Biosensor

TU Delft - Controlling In Situ Binding

University of Lethbridge - Biodegradation of tailings

University of Mexico - Hydrogen Generation

University of Alberta - Biofuel Production

University of Washington - Biofuel Production