To make it easier to find the specific pages relating to the medal criteria, we have created this page where we shortly describe where certain medal requirements can be found on our wiki! Below you can find a list of the medal criteria with a short description and a link to the page(s) containing this content.
|Competition Deliverables||We have delivered a promo video, presentation, poster and of course our wiki!|| Our Promo video can be found here.
Our poster can be found here and we've also presented our project in a video which can be found here!
|Attributions||On our Attributions Page we have made a list of who did what in our project and who we want to thank for helping us!||Read it on our Attributions page|
|Project Description||We created a page describing our project and our inspiration||You can read it on our Description page|
|Contribution||We have provided a patenting guide for future teams, a guide to make your wiki color-blind friendly, as well as an epidemiological model with explanation how to adjust it for the disease of your interest.||Read more on our Contribution page where all our contributions are listed!|
|Engineering success||We demonstrated engineering success in several challenges that arose during our project||Read more on our Engineering page|
|Collaboration||We organized and participated in several collaborations||Read more on our Collaboration page|
|Human Practices||We have consulted multiple experts to learn more about the need and (social) requirements of our kit.||Read more on our Human Practices page|
|Proposed Implementation||We thought about how our kit would be implemented in the real world, which we documented on our Implementation page.||Read more on our Implementation page|
|Integrated Human Practices||We talked with a lot of people and incorporated their advice, resulting in the current state of our project!||Take a look at our Integrated Human Practices!|
|Improvement of an existing part||We took a part submitted by team Heidelberg and made it work at lower pH by changing its sequence||Read more on our Parts page!|
|Project Modeling||We made a model to help explain the implementation of our kit, but also another explaining our science||Read more on our Model page!|
|Proof of Concept||We have shown how our unique combination of reactions is fit for adaptable point-of-care testing. We have designed and constructed a prototype.||Read more on our Proof of Concept page!|
|Science Communication||In our public engagement, we made efforts to educate the public about synthetic biology and to make them familiar with iGEM.||Read more on our Education & Public engagement page and on our Featured page.|