Jamborees

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World Championship Jamboree Results
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<div class="photo"><img src="http://2011.igem.org/wiki/images/8/86/DA1-3208-logo-wcj-above_400px.jpg" style=width:400px; height:236px;"><span style="font-size:50%;">Attribute photo to iGEM and David Appleyard. <br> (Full resolution coming soon) </span></div>
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<h3 style="font-family: Lucida Grande, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif; color:#666; text-align:center;"> <a class="quick_link" href="http://2011.igem.org/Europe">iGEM 2011 World Championship Jamboree</a></h3>
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<p style="font-family: Lucida Grande, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif; color:#666; text-align:center; font-weight:bold;">November 5-7, 2011</p>
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<p style="font-family: Lucida Grande, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif; color:#666; text-align:center;">Massachusetts Institute of Technology</p>
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<lh style="font-size:110%; font-weight:bold; color:#576f91;">Quick links:</lh>
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<li><a class="quick_link" href="http://2011.igem.org/Jamboree/Team_Abstracts">Team abstracts</a></li>
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<li><a class="quick_link" href="http://igem.org/Team_Wikis?year=2011">Team websites</a></li>
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<li><a class="quick_link" href="http://igem.org/Results?year=2011">iGEM 2011 Jamboree results</a></li>
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<div class="award_name">Grand Prize Winner:</div>
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<div class="team_name"><a href="http://2011.igem.org/Team:Washington">Washington</a></div>
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<div class="award_name">1st Runner Up:</div>
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<div class="team_name"><a href="http://2011.igem.org/Team:Imperial_College_London">Imperial College London</a></div>
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<div class="award_name">2nd Runner Up:</div>
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<div class="team_name"><a href="http://2011.igem.org/Team:ZJU-China">ZJU-China</a></div>
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<div id="finalists">
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<div class="award_name">Finalist:</div>
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<div class="team_name">Imperial College London</div>
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<div class="award_name">Finalist:</div>
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<div class="team_name">MIT</div>
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<div class="award_name">Finalist:</div>
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<div class="team_name">Washington</div>
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<div class="award_name">Finalist:</div>
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<div class="team_name">ZJU-China</div>
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<div class="award_name">iGEMers Prize:</div>
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<div class="team_name"><small>(Tie)</small> Imperial College London & Tokyo Tech</div>
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<div id="advancing_teams" style="padding-top:45px;">
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<div class="award_name">Sweet Sixteen:</div>
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<div class="team_name">Bielefeld-Germany</div>
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<div class="team_name">Brown-Stanford</div>
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<div class="team_name">Harvard</div>
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<div class="team_name">Imperial College London</div>
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<div class="team_name">Johns Hopkins</div>
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<div class="team_name">Lethbridge</div>
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<div class="team_name">MIT</div>
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<div class="team_name">Paris Bettencourt</div>
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<div class="team_name">Peking R</div>
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<div class="team_name">SJTU-BioX-Shanghai</div>
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<div class="team_name">Tokyo Tech</div>
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<div class="team_name">UC Davis</div>
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<div class="team_name">Washington</div>
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<div class="team_name">WITS-CSIR SA</div>
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<div class="team_name">Yale</div>
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<div class="team_name">ZJU-China</div>
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<div class="award_name">Best Food or Energy Project:</div>
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<div class="team_name"><small>(Tie)</small> Yale & Washington</div>
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<div class="award_name">Best Environment Project:</div>
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<div class="team_name">Calgary</div>
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<div class="award_name">Best Health or Medicine Project:</div>
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<div class="team_name">MIT</div>
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<div class="award_name">Best Manufacturing Project:</div>
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<div class="team_name">Cornell</div>
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<div class="award_name">Best New Application Area:</div>
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<div class="team_name"><small>(Tie)</small> Brown-Stanford & ZJU China</div>
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<div class="award_name">Best Foundational Advance:</div>
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<div class="team_name">UC Davis</div>
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<div class="award_name">Best Software Tool:</div>
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<div class="team_name">BU Wellesley Software</div>
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<div class="award_name">Best Information Processing Project:</div>
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<div class="team_name">ETH Zurich</div>
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<div class="award_name">Best Human Practices Advance:</div>
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<div class="team_name"><small>(Tie)</small> ArtScienceBangalore & Edinburgh</div>
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<div class="award_name">Best Poster:</div>
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<div class="team_name" style="padding-left:180px;"><small>(Tie)</small> Washington & Imperial</div>
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To see awards by team, see the <a href="http://igem.org/Results?year=2011" style="font-weight:bold;">Results</a> page.
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Revision as of 23:48, 7 November 2011

For iGEM 2011, teams will participate in a two-tiered competition. Regional Jamborees will be held in October and the World Championship Jamboree will be held in November. A percentage of teams from each Regional Jamboree will advance to the World Championship. There will be three Regions for iGEM 2011:

  • Americas
  • Asia
  • Europe
World Championship Jamboree Results
Grand Prize Winner:
1st Runner Up:
2nd Runner Up:
Finalist:
Imperial College London
Finalist:
MIT
Finalist:
Washington
Finalist:
ZJU-China
iGEMers Prize:
(Tie) Imperial College London & Tokyo Tech
Sweet Sixteen:
Bielefeld-Germany
Brown-Stanford
Harvard
Imperial College London
Johns Hopkins
Lethbridge
MIT
Paris Bettencourt
Peking R
SJTU-BioX-Shanghai
Tokyo Tech
UC Davis
Washington
WITS-CSIR SA
Yale
ZJU-China
Best Food or Energy Project:
(Tie) Yale & Washington
Best Environment Project:
Calgary
Best Health or Medicine Project:
MIT
Best Manufacturing Project:
Cornell
Best New Application Area:
(Tie) Brown-Stanford & ZJU China
Best Foundational Advance:
UC Davis
Best Software Tool:
BU Wellesley Software
Best Information Processing Project:
ETH Zurich
Best Human Practices Advance:
(Tie) ArtScienceBangalore & Edinburgh
Best Poster:
(Tie) Washington & Imperial
To see awards by team, see the Results page.
Europe Results
Regional Winner:
Imperial College London
Finalist:
Imperial College London
Finalist:
Paris Bettencourt
Finalist:
WITS-CSIR SA
Advance to
World Championship:
Bielefeld-Germany
Dundee
Edinburgh
ENSPS-Strasbourg
EPF-Lausanne
ETH-Zurich
Fatih Turkey
Grenoble
Groningen
Imperial College London
KULeuven
Lyon-INSA-ENS
METU-BIN
Paris Bettencourt
Potsdam Bioware
TU Munich
UNITS Trieste
UPO-Sevilla
Uppsala-Sweden
WITS-CSIR SA
Best New BioBrick Part, Natural:
BBa_K541515, Fatih Turkey
Best New BioBrick Part or Device, Engineered:
BBa_K540000, Lyon-INSA-ENS
Best Experimental Measurement Approach:
WITS-CSIR SA
Best Model:
Edinburgh
Best Wiki:
Imperial College London
Best Presentation:
Paris Bettencourt
Best Poster
WITS-CSIR SA
Best Human Practices Advance:
UPO-Sevilla
To see awards and medals by team, see the Results page.
Americas Results
Regional Winner:
Washington
Finalist:
Brown-Stanford
Finalist:
Lethbridge
Finalist:
Washington
Finalist:
Yale
Advance to
World Championship:
Berkeley
British Columbia
Brown-Stanford
BU Wellesley Software
BYU Provo
Calgary
Caltech
Colombia
Columbia-Cooper
Cornell
Grinnell
Harvard
ITESM Mexico
Johns Hopkins
Lethbridge
MIT
Northwestern
Penn State
Queens Canada
UC Davis
uOttawa
UNICAMP-EMSE Brazil
UTP-Panama
Washington
Waterloo
Wisconsin-Madison
Yale
Best New BioBrick Part, Natural:
BBa_K652001, Yale
Best New BioBrick Part or Device, Engineered:
BBa_K590087, Washington
Best Experimental Measurement Approach:
Calgary
Best Model:
(Tie) British Columbia & Northwestern
Best Wiki:
Calgary
Best Presentation:
Brown-Stanford
Best Poster
Berkeley
Best Human Practices Advance:
NYC Wetware
Special Safety Commendation:
Gaston Day School
To see awards and medals by team, see the Results page.
Asia Results
Regional Winner:
ZJU-China
Advance to
World Championship:
ArtScienceBangalore
HKUST-Hong Kong
Hong Kong-CUHK
IIT Madras
NYMU-Taipei
Osaka
Peking R
SJTU-BioX-Shanghai
SYSU-China
Tokyo Tech
Tokyo-NoKoGen
Tsinghua
Tsinghua-A
USTC-China
USTC-Software
WHU-China
XMU-China
ZJU-China
Best New BioBrick Part, Natural:
(Tie) BBa_K559010 (Hong Kong CUHK) & BBa_K572005 (IIT Madras)
Best New BioBrick Part or Device, Engineered:
BBa_K567011 & BBa_K567012, SJTU-BioX-Shanghai
Best Experimental Measurement Approach:
Hong Kong CUHK
Best Model:
Tokyo Tech
Best Wiki:
HokkaidoU Japan
Best Presentation:
HKUST-Hong Kong
Best Poster
Tokyo-NoKoGen
Best Human Practices Advance:
ArtScienceBangalore
Special Safety Commendation:
IIT Madras
To see awards and medals by team, see the Results page.