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Using bacteria to help prevent soil erosion – guest post from the iGEM Regional Champions

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This is a guest post from a member of the iGEM competition team from Imperial College London. They recently won the iGEM regional championships and will be going to Boston in November to compete for the Worldwide Championships. This post describes the work they did over the summer, and how they found the iGEM experience.

How was summer? We have no idea. We missed most of it while we were developing our iGEM competition project. No regrets though, as we were awarded the Grand Prize at the iGEM European Regional Jamboree, which made all of the hard work worth it.

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