please support the crowd funding campaign of CytoComp - a cutting edge microchip built from bio bricks. http://cytocomp-bitstarter-mooc.herokuapp.com

This crowd funding platform was coded by me as a final project during the last few weeks of a Startup Engineering MOOC class provided by Stanford University, see https://www.coursera.org/course/startup

The reward for supporting this campaign is exclusive early developer access to CytoComp`s CAD (computer assisted design platform, which allows you to custom design a biological microprocessor). 

More scientific information about this project can be found in this free, open source review, which I recently have published http://journals.sfu.ca/rncsb/index.php/csbj/article/view/csbj.201304003

Furthermore, the CytoComp project has lately received major public attention, which has led to an invitation to giving a talk at GenoBioTech13 (along with other prominent speakers from MIT, Stanford University, CalTech, Yale, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and Harvard University) http://genobiotec13.com/ponentes/  
This conference will take place in November 2013.

The CytoComp project is, at the moment, the #1 top funded project in the Stanford University  competition (see the leader board at http://startupmooc.org ).
A rule of the competition was to ask for funding in Bitcoins.
It would be of great help, if you could back the project. In the case you don't have BitCoins, payments can be arranged via PayPal or banks transfer.
Yesterday CytoComp received $2640 (via PayPal), an amount that soon will be added to the leader board funding column.

Again, it would be of great help, if you could back the project.

Thanks in advance for your support.

Best Gerd
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