Duke’s iGEM Team Wins Gold in 2014

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Duke’s iGEM Team Wins Gold in 2014

Seven Duke undergraduates worked with GCB faculty members Charles Gersbach and Nicholas Buchler to develop a synthetic molecular circuit that was awarded a coveted gold medal at the 2014 international iGEM competition featuring over 100 teams.

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