Team:WHHS Cincinnati OH


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You are provided with this team page template with which to start the iGEM season. You may choose to personalize it to fit your team but keep the same "look." Or you may choose to take your team wiki to a different level and design your own wiki. You can find some examples HERE.
You MUST have the following information on your wiki:
  • a team description
  • project description
  • safety information (did your team take a safety training course? were you supervised in the lab?)
  • team attribution (who did what part of your project?)
You may also wish to add other page such as:
  • lab notebook
  • sponsor information
  • other information
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You can write a background of your team here. Give us a background of your team, the members, etc. Or tell us more about something of your choosing.

Tell us more about your project. Give us background. Use this as the abstract of your project. Be descriptive but concise (1-2 paragraphs)

Team WHHS_Cincinnati_OH

Official Team Profile



Tell us about your team, your school!


We started by brainstorming topics that we could do further research on, and came up with topics including toxic metals, environmental estrogens (detergents, plastics (BPA), fertilizers, pesticides), hormones, biofilters, and biofuels. Research of topics was divided among team members and was subsequently done on topics including recycling and composting, pesticides, hormones, bacteria communication, and radiation. Much of this research began by looking for wikis of previous teams who may have done their projects around these topics.

Currently we are in the process of deciding which path to pursue. The majority of our proposed topics fall under the Food and Energy and Environment tracks, so we most likely will not deviate from those tracks for our final project. Right now we are also looking at conducting our experiments with yeast as opposed to E. coli and the possibility of conducting the same set of experiments with both organisms to study the differences.


Show us how you spent your days.


What did you achieve over the course of your semester?


What safety precautions did your team take? Did you take a safety training course? Were you supervised at all times in the lab?


Who worked on what?

Human Practices

What impact does/will your project have on the public?


What was your favorite team snack?? Have a picture of your team mascot?

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