Skip to Main Content

UMBC Chemistry Students win bronze in national meeting

Copper remediation in soil

October 8, 2015 10:32 AM

A group of UMBC students from the Biological Sciences and Chemistry Department, along with Dr. Cynthia Wagner, Biological Sciences, earned a bronze medal for their work on remediating copper from the environment at the 2015 iGEM Jamboree, held in Boston, Mass. The iGEM (international genetically engineered machine) competition, based out of MIT, focuses on, and promotes, public awareness of synthetic biology.



iGEM 2015 Cropped


 

0 Comments (requires login)