iGEMers develop hundreds of state-of-art projects every year. It is natural that some of those outstanding ideas become peer-reviewed articles. A great example is the Uppsala Chromoprotein Collection, a library originally developed by 2011 Uppsala iGEM Team, that received further contributions from the 2012 and 2013 teams and became the cornerstone of a great paper published last year Engineering a palette of eukaryotic chromoproteins for bacterial synthetic biology.
Do you know about other iGEM projects that were published recently? For those of you that survived the peer review process, what are the tips that you would share with someone that is trying to pursue this pathway?
I wish you all a great 2019!