Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Solve it and you could win $1,500

This 96-well plate is more than meets the eye—a cipher has been embedded in it.
Solve it and you could win $1,500.

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News along with partner, Scintellix, and sponsor, Invitrogen, part of Life Technologies Corporation, bring you the Cryptogram Challenge.

Solve it and you could win $1,500

Peter C. Johnson, M.D., president and CEO of Scintellix, has encrypted a message into the image based on the color of each well. If you're ready to test your genius, register now! The first 150 people to register will get a T-shirt depicting the cryptogram. If you have already registered, simply log in to take the challenge.

The contest will close once the Cryptogram is solved. Crack the code and you will take home $1,500. You will also be featured in an upcoming issue of GEN.

You can take a stab at the Cryptogram Challenge as many times as you like up to once a day. All entries will be considered.

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