Prof Yusuke T Maeda, Faculty of Sciences, Kyushu University
For providing us with lab space, necessary reagents and equipment, as well as cheering us all the way.
Prof Akiko Satake, Faculty of Sciences and Prof Hiroshi Ito, Faculty of Design, Kyushu University
For providing great feedback for our mathematical models.
Members of the Synthetic Biology Lab, Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University
Prof Taizo Hanai - for giving us reagents, feedback on our plasmid design. Dr Hiroyuki Hamada - for giving us advice on our mathematical models. Tomoya Noma - for providing us with close guidance in the planning of our experiments.
Prof Shingo Igarashi, Academic Research and Industrial Collaboration Management Office, Kyushu University
For guiding us to build a business model.
Fukuoka City Hall
For introducing us to the conservation plan in Fukuoka and teaching us the importance of securing the safety of engineered bacteria.
Fukuoka Fisheries And Marine Technology Research Center
For telling us current situations of fisheries in Fukuoka.
Fukuoka Institute of Health and Environmental Sciences
For teaching us about the water blooms in Fukuoka.
Kyushu Environmental Evaluation Association
For describing us characteristics of sewage and agricultural wastewater.
Mr. Keigo Okauchi, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
For teaching us details of the sewage utilising program promoted by the government of Japan.
Nature Co., Ltd
For demonstrating a current technology to solve the eutrophication in dam lakes.
Prof Kazuyo Matsubae, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University
For explaining how phosphorus is used in Japan.
Saga City Sewage Purification Center
For showing us how sewage is converted into resources.
Seibu Sewage Treatment Center and Shin-seibu Sewage Treatment Center, Fukuoka City
For providing us opportunities to see the work of sewage treatment plants.
Taiheiyo Cement Corporation
For explaining about an inorganic material used for phosphorus recovery.
Ms. Ayaka Ogura, Affiliated with Fukuoka University Wakaba High School
For helping us host an educational event for high school students.
Hiromu Nishimura, School of Science, Year 4
For helping us code our wiki.
Thank you to all our sponsors. To find out more, see the sponsor page.
iGEM Qdai 2020 Team Attributions
The team was led by Hiromu Inoue, and consisted of members Haruki Koyama, Shino Suda, Jiaxin Wu, and Haruka Oishi. The wet lab team designed the plasmids containing ppk, relA and phnCDE. They are working hard to construct them right now.
The team consisted of members Haruki Koyama, Kenta Motoyashiki, Kento Tsuruzoe, Shino Suda, Haruka Oishi and Ryosuke Kita. They contacted and sought advice from a lot of experts whose feedback helped us think of advantages and disadvantages of our project.
The team was led by Haruki Koyama. He constructed mathematical models to simulate the total concentration of phosphorus using the plasmid we designed.
The team was led by Ryosuke Kita and consisted of members Haruka Oishi, Haruki Koyama, Shino Suda and Jiaxin Wu. The team designed, illustrated, coded a wiki page and documented our project.
And it was created with the divine advice of Sobasssy, the God of Programming and Machine Learning at Kyushu University.
The Marketing Team was led by Haruki Koyama and consisted of member Shino Suda. Their work attained sponsors and helped our project financially.
The team was led by Haruki Koyama. He came up with a business model for potential applications in the real world.
The team was led by Tamon Matsuzawa and consisted of members Shino Suda, Yasunori Toji, Kenta Motoyashiki, Kento Tsuruzoe, Kenta Takemori and Hiromu Inoue. The team organized an educational event for high school students, which will be held in November, and created educational materials related to synthetic biology.
IGEM Qdai 2020
This year is the first year that team Qdai is participating in iGEM. Our team consisted of members coming from different faculties such as Science, Agriculture and Engineering. Assembled in March of 2020, our journey started from finding team PIs. At the same time, we started our brainstorming. Because of the spread of COVID-19, all works were done online until October, when we were finally able to meet each other.