What is the iGEM Competition?
The International Genetically Engineered Machine competition (iGEM) is the premiere undergraduate Synthetic Biology competition. Student teams are given a kit of biological parts at the beginning of the summer from the Registry of Standard Biological Parts. Working at their own schools over the summer, they use these parts and new parts of their own design to build biological systems and operate them in living cells.

The 2014 iGEM Jamboree was held in Boston from October 30 to November 3. A total of 245 teams from around the world participated of which 70 were from the US, shown here. Click on these links to go to the home page of each of these teams.
Arizona_State
ArtCenter_MDP
Austin_Texas
BostonU
BUGSS_Baltimore
BYU_Provo
Caltech
Carnegie_Mellon
Clemson
Cooper_Union
Cornell
CSU_Fort_Collins
CU-Boulder
Duke
Gaston_Day_School
Genspace
GeorgiaTech
Georgia_State
GES_NCSU_Raleigh_NC
Greensboro_Aggies
Harrisburg_NBT
Harvard_BioDesign
Hendrix_Arkansas
IvyTech_SouthBend_IN
LA_Biohackers
Michigan
Michigan_Software
Minnesota
Missouri-Columbia
Missouri_Miners
MIT
Nevada
Northwestern
Penn
Penn_State
Pitt
Purdue
RHIT
Rutgers
SF_Bay_Area_DIYbio
StanfordBrownSpelman
Stony_Brook
The_Tech_Museum
Tufts
UC-Santa_Cruz-BioE
UChicago
UCLA
UCSC
UCSD_Software
UCSF_UCB
UC_Davis
UC_Santa_Barbara
UGA-Georgia
UIUC_Illinois
UMaryland
UMBC-Maryland
UNC-Chapel_Hill
UT-Dallas
Utah_State
UTK-Knoxville
Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt_MF
Vanderbilt_Software
Virginia
Washington
WashU_StLouis
William_and_Mary
WLC-Milwaukee
WPI-Worcester
Yale
You can find links to all 245 teams work wide at this web page: http://igem.org/Team_Wikis?year=2014