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Cornell iGEM: Building Living Machines

$6,400
128%
Raised toward our $5,000 Goal
33 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on July 28, at 11:59 PM EDT
Project Owners

Anonymous

$3,000

Jul 29, 2015

Anonymous

$100

Jul 28, 2015

Anonymous

$50

Jul 27, 2015

William

Brewer

$100

Jul 23, 2015

Arun

Chakravorty

Undisclosed Amount

Jul 21, 2015

Swati

Sureka

Undisclosed Amount

Jul 21, 2015

Youjin

Cho

$25

Jul 20, 2015

Charlie

Chung

$25

Jul 20, 2015

Maneesh

Gupta

$100

Jul 17, 2015

Bhavna

Patel

$1,000

Jul 16, 2015

Anonymous

$25

Jul 16, 2015

Shi Hui

Ng

Undisclosed Amount

Jul 14, 2015

Paras

Sanghavi

Undisclosed Amount

Jul 14, 2015

Bill

Jo

$25

Jul 14, 2015

Anonymous

$25

Jul 13, 2015

Ritvik

Sarkar

$100

Jul 13, 2015

Anonymous

$50

Jul 12, 2015

Jonna

Chen

$20

Jul 12, 2015

Anonymous

$1,000

Jul 12, 2015

Jonya

Chen

$25

Jul 09, 2015

Anonymous

$25

Jul 08, 2015

rebecca

macdonald

Undisclosed Amount

Jul 07, 2015

Anonymous

$100

Jul 06, 2015

John

Guarco

$10

Jul 05, 2015

Catherine

Leung

$10

Jul 03, 2015

Jess

Ryvlin

$50

Jul 02, 2015

Danni

Jin

$10

Jul 01, 2015

Malinka

Walaliyadde

Undisclosed Amount

Jul 01, 2015

Alyssa

Henning

Undisclosed Amount

Jun 30, 2015

Tina Tianjiao

Su

$15

Jun 30, 2015

Elizabeth

Dickson

Undisclosed Amount

Jun 30, 2015

Anonymous

$100

Jun 30, 2015

Jen

Kwiatkowski

$25

Jun 29, 2015
Levels
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$10

Test Tube

A donation of $10 would allow us to purchase basic lab supplies including pipette tips, test tubes, and petri dishes that we use on the daily. Each and every contribution helps and is greatly appreciated!

$25

Bunsen Burner

A donation of $25 allows us to purchase a pack of 25 centrifuge tubes. We use these tubes every day in our wetlab, and they are absolutely essential to our work!

$50

Enzyme

A donation of $50 allows us to purchase the enzymes and other such lab reagents needed for synthetic biology research. Additionally, the money covers the cost of plastic fiber needed to 3D print our fish tag device. We are designing and creating our own delivery device as part of our efforts to be as cost-efficient as possible.

$100

DNA

Each donation of $100 allows us to synthesize an additional phenotype of entericidin B, the bacteriotoxin used in our research. With every additional phenotype we are able to afford, our results will be able to more concretely determine the most effective treatment against bacterial cold water disease.

$250

Mitochondria

With a donation of $250, we would be able to purchase DNA sequencing tests, synthesize genes, and obtain vector plasmids necessary for the molecular cloning techniques used in synthetic biology.

$500

Nucleus

With a donation of $500, we would be able to fund all of our outreach costs for the entire year. We are involved in several programs to expose youth in and around Ithaca to science and engineering. We believe that it is very important to invest in future scientists!

$1,000

Cell

A donation of $1000 would cover all of our projected non-reusable laboratory equipment for the duration of the entire project as well as into the future. This is an absolutely essential cost of our work, and the ability to cover these costs allow us to dedicate even more funds to wetlab, drylab, and outreach work. By donating $1000, you are contributing to all aspects of the team and allowing us to achieve and exceed our project goals.