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This page is still under construction. Details for Posters are coming soon.

Poster Requirements

  • Each team can present one (1) poster during the Giant Jamboree
  • Only students listed on the team roster can present the poster during the scheduled poster sessions at the Giant Jamboree
  • Teams must submit a PDF copy of their poster to iGEM Headquarters at the Giant Jamboree (details on how to submit will be provided closer to the Giant Jamboree)

Poster Guidelines

In iGEM, the purpose of the poster is to communicate the project to others in a very concise, yet engaging manner. Many posters in the past have been “busy” and “unbalanced” with regards to text, figures, and space. Although past winning posters may not have had this balance, it will be an important criterion in judging this year and in future iGEM Jamborees.

Expected iGEM Poster Components

Teams should plan to have the following components on their poster in some manner:

  • Title
  • Team
  • Authors and their Affiliated Institution(s)
  • Introduction
  • Methodology
  • Results/Conclusions
  • Acknowledgments
  • Funding Attributions (if applicable)

Past iGEM teams have also elected to include additional components on their posters such as:

  • Abstract
  • Objectives
  • Motivation
  • Team Achievements
  • Future Directions
  • Human Practices
  • Parts Submitted

Example Poster: Heidelberg 2015

Team Heidelberg 2015 won Best Poster, Undergraduate at the Giant Jamboree in 2015. Their poster is shown below as an example of a balanced poster with overall visual appeal:

Catch It If You Can

Heidelberg 2015