Sponsors

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<li><a class="green" href="http://2010.igem.org/Oil_Sands/">Oil Sand Initiative</a>
<li><a class="green" href="http://2010.igem.org/Oil_Sands/">Oil Sand Initiative</a>
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<li class="offer_details">A group of leading energy companies in Alberta are collaborating with the Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment and Economy (University of Calgary) and the School of Energy & The Environment (University of Alberta) on a new iGEM initiative.  Sponsorship is offered in iGEM's "Energy & Environment" track.  Teams are invited to submit iGEM project proposals especially in the area of biologically based solutions to improve the environmental sustainability of oil sands bitumen extraction, upgrading and refining, for either in situ or surface mining processes.</li>
<li class="offer_details">A group of leading energy companies in Alberta are collaborating with the Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment and Economy (University of Calgary) and the School of Energy & The Environment (University of Alberta) on a new iGEM initiative.  Sponsorship is offered in iGEM's "Energy & Environment" track.  Teams are invited to submit iGEM project proposals especially in the area of biologically based solutions to improve the environmental sustainability of oil sands bitumen extraction, upgrading and refining, for either in situ or surface mining processes.</li>
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<li class="offer_details">See more about the Oil Sands Initiative partner offer on the <a href="http://2010.igem.org/Oil_Sands">Oil Sands Initiative</a> page.</li>
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<li class="offer_details">See more about the Oil Sands Initiative partner offer on the <a href="http://2011.igem.org/Oil_Sands">Oil Sands Initiative</a> page.</li>
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<li><a class="green" href="http://synberc.org">SynBERC</a> / <a class="green" href="http://nsf.gov"> National Science Foundation</a></li>
<li><a class="green" href="http://synberc.org">SynBERC</a> / <a class="green" href="http://nsf.gov"> National Science Foundation</a></li>
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Revision as of 15:51, 31 January 2011

iGEM 2011 Partners
  • Agilent
  • Oil Sand Initiative
    • A group of leading energy companies in Alberta are collaborating with the Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment and Economy (University of Calgary) and the School of Energy & The Environment (University of Alberta) on a new iGEM initiative. Sponsorship is offered in iGEM's "Energy & Environment" track. Teams are invited to submit iGEM project proposals especially in the area of biologically based solutions to improve the environmental sustainability of oil sands bitumen extraction, upgrading and refining, for either in situ or surface mining processes.
    • See more about the Oil Sands Initiative partner offer on the Oil Sands Initiative page.
  • SynBERC / National Science Foundation
iGEM 2011 Affiliates
For information on becoming an iGEM Sponsor see the iGEM Sponsorship page.