We are grateful for the support provided by generous members of the public, who supported the progression of our Phase II project through our GoFundMe page. Renervate Therapeutics would not have been possible without the generous financial and material support from our sponsors.
The BBSRC is the largest national funder of bioscience in the UK, primarily funding university research departments and scientific research institutes, with the aim of furthering scientific knowledge and improving quality of life.
Wellcome is a global charitable foundation working to provide solutions for current health challenges. They aim to do this by offering grants, partnerships and funding into human and animal health research projects.
We are grateful for the support the BBSRC and Wellcome have granted the KCL iGEM team as they provided us with a summer stipend to sustain our costs over the iGEM season.
Promega Corporation is biotechnology and molecular biology product manufacturer.
A big thank you to Promega Corporation who awarded 10 iGEM teams, including KCL iGEM, a generous grant for $2,500 in free Promega Products. They also supported Renervate Therapeutics by providing goodies for the participants of our pilot competition, Biologix!
King’s College London is an institution which prides itself on research and innovation. We are grateful for the support offered by our Institution, who generously paid our entry fee into the iGEM competition. Additionally, we value the support of our supervisors and academics who assisted in the progression of our project,
King’s Residences is responsible for organising accommodation for Post-Graduate and Undergraduate students at King’s College London.
We are grateful for the generous support offered by King’s Residences who housed over 10 of our team members in their accommodation throughout the summer.
BMG Labtech is a leading global developer and manufacturer of innovative, high-quality and reliable microplate reader instrumentation. The company has been committed to producing microplate readers for more than thirty years. All our microplate readers are conceived, developed, assembled and tested entirely at BMG Labtech’s headquarters in Germany with local support being provided by BMG Labtech Ltd in the UK.
We are grateful for the support offered by BMG Labtech by providing us with access to their Microplate readers and supporting our team with the necessary training to complete our protocols with their equipment.
Created "by scientists for scientists", New England Biolabs (NEB) is renowned for consistently providing service excellence and exceptional product quality. For over four decades, NEB has been shaping the landscape of bioscience research by discovering, developing and supporting superior research reagents.
NEB manufactures reagents for molecular biology and is an industry leader in the supply of restriction enzymes, polymerases, modifying enzymes and DNA ladders. The NEB offering includes E.coli expression systems, competent cells, reagents for PCR, qPCR, nucleic acid purification, synthetic biology, glycobiology, epigenetics, RNA analysis and sample preparation for next generation sequencing. Additionally, NEB is focused on strengthening alliances that enable new technologies to reach key market sectors, including molecular diagnostics development.
New England Biolabs supported the launch of our pilot competition Biologix by providing us with goodies we could send to the participants who won a special prize.
Integrated DNA Technologies develops and manufactures nucleic acid products that are supplied to academic research institutes.
We are grateful for the custom DNA sequences that IDT sent to our team for the completion of our wet lab work.
Snapgene is a leading provider of molecular biology and genetic engineering software to institutions and companies around the world.
SnapGene provided free versions of their software for all members of Renervate Therapeutics to use in our analysis of our Biobricks and DNA primers.
Benchling is an innovative software to record scientific data and design sequences.
We are grateful for the free access Benchling offered, as we were able to collaboratively work on developing our lab notebook.