SKLBC-China-Requirement of Our Project!

  •     Register the team, have a great summer, and have fun attending the Jamboree.
        During the whole of the participation, we have gained a lot while taking part in it. Having prepared carefully, we do understand quite a mass of new techniques and skills. Also, we are sure that we have had fun.
  •     Create and share a description of the team's project via the iGEM wiki.
        We have been busy working on our Wiki Project, in which we take efforts on its contents that had introduced our project to the audiences, showing our development and human practice, as well as the design of the wiki.
  •     Present a Poster and Talk at the iGEM Jamboree. Moreover, we have already prepared for a Talk at the iGEM Jamboree.
  •     Develop and make available via the The Registry of Software Tools an open source software tool that supports synthetic biology based on BioBrick standard biological parts (remember, the iGEM judges will be looking for substantial team-based software projects).
        We have been dreaming of a project that help us to solve some issues that current situation of synthetic biology on biobrick searching with only sequence number is quite inconvenient, which has brought great difficulties to the scientific work, and Chinese citizens are lack of the understanding in biobricks. So we create WEiGEM+ which is a multifunctional public account that includes biobrick search engine, which is useful for users to search the ideal biobricks by typing key characteristics, and science popularization which contains a large number of articles, such as some introduction on previous works in iGEM, life technology, reviews on biological books or videos and so on.

  •     Provide a detailed, draft specification for the next version of your software tool.
        In addition to the supplement of articles, WEiGEM+ will be accomplished with a new Artificial Intelligence Function, with the automatic recognition of human voice and literal structures. The expansion of the platform, based on our users' feedbacks, is also on the schedule, which allows us to utilize WEiGEM+ on WhatsApp and Facebook, as well as other social platforms.
  •     Provide a demonstration of their software either as a textual or video tutorial made available on their wiki. This tutorial should explain all the features of the tool as well as provide sample input and output as appropriate.
        In order to make our users with a knowledge of WEiGEM+, we have exhibit a brief tutorial on our Wiki. Showing fundamental functions of WEiGEM+, the Tutorial uses videos and screenshots in details, with brief narrations in caption. Users can access for the Tutorial.

  •     Have another team utilize the software developed by your team. You must clearly show how your software was used and the results that were obtained.
        In our project, WEiGEM+, we provided an easy-going approach of searching for BioBricks and other necessary resources and supports. The Users of iGEM could input their keywords into the text box, and WEiGEM+ will make automatic inquiries in our databases. Once a matching result has been found, WEiGEM+ will give our users a feedback in the dialog box. In the box, there will be the related BioBricks and other supportive articles, which are all based on our user’s input. In a preliminary test, the Team SYSU_China, with requirement for enquiries, use our Search Functions to share Information on BioBrick conveniently.
  •     Outline and detail how your software effects Human Practices in Synthetic Biology. Such topics include: safety, security, ethics, or ownership, sharing, and innovation.
        In the WEiGEM+ project, we supplied a convenient system that will automatically push news and opinions on Synthetic Biology to users' devices. Through this system, our users can possess the access to a well-operated knowledge that maintained by our well-expertise editors. These articles, based on reliable and trustworthy sources, will provide our users a new experience with a new, innovative way that convinces them of the safety of Synthetic Biology. In addition, because of our convenient sharing routine, our users, who like our articles, could instantly share them via Weibo, Twitter, Facebook, or WhatsApp, which we think will spread our thoughts broader, convincing more people to understand Synthetic Biology and its applications.