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Jargon

'By' IT

In contrast to 'Of' IT, 'By' IT concerns interdisciplinary applications of information technology

'Of' IT

The discipline of 'pure' information technology, which is focused on the improvement of IT itself

GA

Genetic Algorithm: a subset of evolutionary algorithms, structured in a manner directly analogous to biological evolution, with iterated rounds of breeding, mutation, and selection

GFP

Green Fluorescent Protein: a gene used as an actuator in synthetic biology, analogous to an LED in a digital circuit

iGEM

International Genetically Engineered Machines competition: a synthetic biology competition for undergraduate students around the world