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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Mohammad Harige</strong></p><p>
Hello, my name is Mohammad Harige and I’m from Persia. I am 17 years old and I study, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Economics. I am striving to study medicine and hopefully become a neurologist. In my spare time I love to listen to music and play football. I am taking part in iGEM as it will allow me to acquire the skills I may need within the duration of medical school (if I get in).
Hello, my name is Mohammad Harige and I’m from Persia. I am 17 years old and I study, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Economics. I am striving to study medicine and hopefully become a neurologist. In my spare time I love to listen to music and play football. I am taking part in iGEM as it will allow me to acquire the skills I may need within the duration of medical school (if I get in).
“Always $trive and Prosper”.
“Always $trive and Prosper”.
“The sky’s the limit that’s what they told a fool. I disguise the limit. Now I’m aiming for the sun and moon”.
“The sky’s the limit that’s what they told a fool. I disguise the limit. Now I’m aiming for the sun and moon”.
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<h3>Ardit</h3>
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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Ardit Hashani</strong></p><p>
Hello, my name is Ardit Hashani and I’m from the small country of Kosovo in Eastern Europe. I am 17 years old, and I study Biology, Chemistry, History and Mathematics at college. I am aspiring for a successful career in Chemistry after finishing university in England. I spend my free time playing football and I love listening to music. I am taking part in iGEM to improve and develop my practical skills, as well as gain a deep insight into the field of synthetic biology.
Hello, my name is Ardit Hashani and I’m from the small country of Kosovo in Eastern Europe. I am 17 years old, and I study Biology, Chemistry, History and Mathematics at college. I am aspiring for a successful career in Chemistry after finishing university in England. I spend my free time playing football and I love listening to music. I am taking part in iGEM to improve and develop my practical skills, as well as gain a deep insight into the field of synthetic biology.
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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Abigail Diaz</strong></p><p>
I'm Abigail Lerma Diaz, part of the Wiki team (I spend more than enough time on the Internet already, anyway). I enjoy biology, chemistry, and procrastination. I wanted to be a part of iGEM to be able to get some extra hands-on experience in labs and working around biology, and to get some skills in different areas such as the human practices and wiki.
I'm Abigail Lerma Diaz, part of the Wiki team (I spend more than enough time on the Internet already, anyway). I enjoy biology, chemistry, and procrastination. I wanted to be a part of iGEM to be able to get some extra hands-on experience in labs and working around biology, and to get some skills in different areas such as the human practices and wiki.
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<h3>Athena</h3>
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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Athena Kourti</strong></p><p>
My name is Athena Kourti, I’m 18 years old and aspire to study biochemistry specifying in molecular biology to become a geneticist.  I currently study maths, biology, chemistry and psychology at A2 level and am involved in IGEM to gain experience and knowledge on what I plan to study as well as taking part in an interesting opportunity.
My name is Athena Kourti, I’m 18 years old and aspire to study biochemistry specifying in molecular biology to become a geneticist.  I currently study maths, biology, chemistry and psychology at A2 level and am involved in IGEM to gain experience and knowledge on what I plan to study as well as taking part in an interesting opportunity.
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<h3>Laura</h3>
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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Mohammad Harige</strong></p><p>
My name is Athena Kourti, I’m 18 years old and aspire to study biochemistry specifying in molecular biology to become a geneticist.  I currently study maths, biology, chemistry and psychology at A2 level and am involved in IGEM to gain experience and knowledge on what I plan to study as well as taking part in an interesting opportunity.
My name is Athena Kourti, I’m 18 years old and aspire to study biochemistry specifying in molecular biology to become a geneticist.  I currently study maths, biology, chemistry and psychology at A2 level and am involved in IGEM to gain experience and knowledge on what I plan to study as well as taking part in an interesting opportunity.
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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Aurelija Grigonyte</strong></p><p>
I am a graduating Biochemist, about to start a synthetic biology PhD. My key role is coordinating the team, and in the characterisation and construction of Biobricks
I am a graduating Biochemist, about to start a synthetic biology PhD. My key role is coordinating the team, and in the characterisation and construction of Biobricks
Why iGEM?: iGEM combines both new field of synthetic biology as well as interdisciplinary research which I am interested in.
Why iGEM?: iGEM combines both new field of synthetic biology as well as interdisciplinary research which I am interested in.
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<h3>Josie</h3>
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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Josie Ferreira</strong></p><p>
I am a biochemist about to graduate and start my PhD in Immunity and Infectious diseases.
I am a biochemist about to graduate and start my PhD in Immunity and Infectious diseases.
Why iGEM? It gives young people the ability to think beyond the scope of a classroom or lecture theatre and emphasizes the importance of creativity in the scientific world.
Why iGEM? It gives young people the ability to think beyond the scope of a classroom or lecture theatre and emphasizes the importance of creativity in the scientific world.
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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Bethan Wolfenden</strong></p><p>
I am studying biochemistry, and responsible for coordinating the human practice aspect of iGEM as well as sponsorship.  
I am studying biochemistry, and responsible for coordinating the human practice aspect of iGEM as well as sponsorship.  
Why iGEM?: I love the potential of iGEM; by taking part in an undergradute-led research project, we get to truly experience the responsibility and independence of academic life.
Why iGEM?: I love the potential of iGEM; by taking part in an undergradute-led research project, we get to truly experience the responsibility and independence of academic life.
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<h3>Hadiza</h3>
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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Hadiza Auta</strong></p><p>
I am a 3rd year PhD student in Biochemical Engineering Dept. at University College London. My research focuses on the down stream processing of microalgae for biodiesel production. Due to the environmental hazards (water pollution, endangering sea life species, climate change etc) posed by fossil fuels, an alternative source of energy that is sustainable and can favourably compete with fossil energy is needed.
I am a 3rd year PhD student in Biochemical Engineering Dept. at University College London. My research focuses on the down stream processing of microalgae for biodiesel production. Due to the environmental hazards (water pollution, endangering sea life species, climate change etc) posed by fossil fuels, an alternative source of energy that is sustainable and can favourably compete with fossil energy is needed.
My aim is to use ultra-scale down engineering principles for rapid process development because algae is largely being research as the "future fuel" and energy is needed virtually for everything. By improving the technology of production of microalgae biofuels, we are hopeful that very soon algae will produce enough energy to fit the worlds demand.
My aim is to use ultra-scale down engineering principles for rapid process development because algae is largely being research as the "future fuel" and energy is needed virtually for everything. By improving the technology of production of microalgae biofuels, we are hopeful that very soon algae will produce enough energy to fit the worlds demand.
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<h3>Desmond</h3>
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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Desmond Schofield</strong></p><p>
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I am a 3rd year PhD student in Biochemical Engineering Dept. at University College London. My research focuses on the down stream processing of microalgae for biodiesel production. Due to the environmental hazards (water pollution, endangering sea life species, climate change etc) posed by fossil fuels, an alternative source of energy that is sustainable and can favourably compete with fossil energy is needed.
I am a 3rd year PhD student in Biochemical Engineering Dept. at University College London. My research focuses on the down stream processing of microalgae for biodiesel production. Due to the environmental hazards (water pollution, endangering sea life species, climate change etc) posed by fossil fuels, an alternative source of energy that is sustainable and can favourably compete with fossil energy is needed.
My aim is to use ultra-scale down engineering principles for rapid process development because algae is largely being research as the "future fuel" and energy is needed virtually for everything. By improving the technology of production of microalgae biofuels, we are hopeful that very soon algae will produce enough energy to fit the worlds demand.
My aim is to use ultra-scale down engineering principles for rapid process development because algae is largely being research as the "future fuel" and energy is needed virtually for everything. By improving the technology of production of microalgae biofuels, we are hopeful that very soon algae will produce enough energy to fit the worlds demand.
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<h3>Alex</h3>
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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Alex Templar</strong></p><p>
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<h3>Darren</h3>
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<div class="description"><p class="name"><strong>Darren Nesbeth</strong></p><p>
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Revision as of 18:44, 20 June 2014

Project Introduction

THE TEAM

Mohammad Harige

Hello, my name is Mohammad Harige and I’m from Persia. I am 17 years old and I study, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Economics. I am striving to study medicine and hopefully become a neurologist. In my spare time I love to listen to music and play football. I am taking part in iGEM as it will allow me to acquire the skills I may need within the duration of medical school (if I get in). “Always $trive and Prosper”. “The sky’s the limit that’s what they told a fool. I disguise the limit. Now I’m aiming for the sun and moon”.

Ardit Hashani

Hello, my name is Ardit Hashani and I’m from the small country of Kosovo in Eastern Europe. I am 17 years old, and I study Biology, Chemistry, History and Mathematics at college. I am aspiring for a successful career in Chemistry after finishing university in England. I spend my free time playing football and I love listening to music. I am taking part in iGEM to improve and develop my practical skills, as well as gain a deep insight into the field of synthetic biology.

Abigail Diaz

I'm Abigail Lerma Diaz, part of the Wiki team (I spend more than enough time on the Internet already, anyway). I enjoy biology, chemistry, and procrastination. I wanted to be a part of iGEM to be able to get some extra hands-on experience in labs and working around biology, and to get some skills in different areas such as the human practices and wiki.

Athena Kourti

My name is Athena Kourti, I’m 18 years old and aspire to study biochemistry specifying in molecular biology to become a geneticist. I currently study maths, biology, chemistry and psychology at A2 level and am involved in IGEM to gain experience and knowledge on what I plan to study as well as taking part in an interesting opportunity.

Mohammad Harige

My name is Athena Kourti, I’m 18 years old and aspire to study biochemistry specifying in molecular biology to become a geneticist. I currently study maths, biology, chemistry and psychology at A2 level and am involved in IGEM to gain experience and knowledge on what I plan to study as well as taking part in an interesting opportunity.

Aurelija Grigonyte

I am a graduating Biochemist, about to start a synthetic biology PhD. My key role is coordinating the team, and in the characterisation and construction of Biobricks Why iGEM?: iGEM combines both new field of synthetic biology as well as interdisciplinary research which I am interested in.

Josie Ferreira

I am a biochemist about to graduate and start my PhD in Immunity and Infectious diseases. Why iGEM? It gives young people the ability to think beyond the scope of a classroom or lecture theatre and emphasizes the importance of creativity in the scientific world.

Bethan Wolfenden

I am studying biochemistry, and responsible for coordinating the human practice aspect of iGEM as well as sponsorship. Why iGEM?: I love the potential of iGEM; by taking part in an undergradute-led research project, we get to truly experience the responsibility and independence of academic life.

Hadiza Auta

I am a 3rd year PhD student in Biochemical Engineering Dept. at University College London. My research focuses on the down stream processing of microalgae for biodiesel production. Due to the environmental hazards (water pollution, endangering sea life species, climate change etc) posed by fossil fuels, an alternative source of energy that is sustainable and can favourably compete with fossil energy is needed. My aim is to use ultra-scale down engineering principles for rapid process development because algae is largely being research as the "future fuel" and energy is needed virtually for everything. By improving the technology of production of microalgae biofuels, we are hopeful that very soon algae will produce enough energy to fit the worlds demand.

Desmond Schofield

I am a 3rd year PhD student in Biochemical Engineering Dept. at University College London. My research focuses on the down stream processing of microalgae for biodiesel production. Due to the environmental hazards (water pollution, endangering sea life species, climate change etc) posed by fossil fuels, an alternative source of energy that is sustainable and can favourably compete with fossil energy is needed. My aim is to use ultra-scale down engineering principles for rapid process development because algae is largely being research as the "future fuel" and energy is needed virtually for everything. By improving the technology of production of microalgae biofuels, we are hopeful that very soon algae will produce enough energy to fit the worlds demand.

Alex Templar

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Darren Nesbeth

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