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Adrienne Halupa, Ph.D., and Stephen Ross have solved GEN's Cryptogram Challenge: RNAi-2!

Dr. Halupa is Project Manager/Research Associate at the Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto, and Stephen Ross is Senior Software Developer at Devlin.

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News along with partner, Scintellix, LLC, and sponsor, Invitrogen, part of Life Technologies Corporation, would like to congratulate Dr. Halupa and Ross on cracking the code. Click here to read all about their success.

Decode the cipher hidden in this 96-well plate.

PRIZE: $1,500 and a choice of one of five products from Invitrogen.

Select from: BenchPro™ 4100 Western Processing System, iBlot® Dry Blotting System, Countess™ Automated Cell Counter, The Neon Transfection Device, or Qubit™ Fluorometer. For details on each device, click HERE.

The first 150 new registrants will receive a free Challenge T-shirt.

Be sure to read the Challenge Rules and Regulations

GEN and Scintellix have formed a partnership to explore the hidden meaning found in biological imagery. The Cryptogram Challenge: RNAi-2 is the fifth installment of the partnership.