International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) is a worldwide synthetic biology competition that started at MIT in 2003 and had grown by 2019 to 360 teams and over 5,500 students from 46 countries. It includes Overgraduate, Undergraduate, and High School categories.
Wageningen UR First Runner Up in iGEM 2019 uses eLabJournal
Challenge – Organizing research online
Solution – Integrated project management
Result – Data is accessible to everyone from everywhere
eLabJournal combined our various projects into one, was amazingly fast to implement, and managed the storage and retrieval of samples using the eLabInventory function.
Ben Kuipers, Safety Officer