Do you know a middle or high school student who would love a hands-on research experience this summer, working with modern equipment and using real scientific methods to solve problems?
Register for Gloucester Biotechnology Academy’s SummerSTEM program today! Our exciting, one-week laboratory course is available to middle and high school students ages 12 to 17. No prior science or biotech experience needed!
This summer’s course, Fish Fraud Forensics, combines biotechnology and forensics, only this time the CSI team is investigating a real-world problem about fish: how to identify different species of fish by using biotechnology methods.
Students will play the important part of a scientific investigator! Participants will extract DNA from fresh fish samples and then use modern biotechnology methods to identify their fish specimen. Each student will have their own laboratory manual, where they will record their data and observations.
Visit http://www.gmgi.org/summerstem/ to learn more and download the registration forms.
Gloucester Biotechnology Academy provides hands-on training to high school graduates, giving them the skills needed to become entry-level lab technicians, in turn helping them get their career started in the booming field of biotech. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity!
Spaces are filling up for the upcoming Class of 2020, but there are a few remaining – APPLY TODAY! Visit gmgi.org/apply to learn more and download the application.
Please reach out to Liz Brannon, Lead Teacher at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
To learn more, click here to watch a short video on The Academy, produced by our friends at The Bridge Cape Ann:
The deadline for priority admission has passed, but applications are still being accepted for the upcoming Gloucester Biotechnology Academy class of 2020!
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to learn hands-on science at the bench, and get your career started in biotech!
Visit gmgi.org/apply to learn more and download the applications.
Reach out to John Doyle, Education Director with any questions at email@example.com
With two weeks left until the Priority Deadline closes, make sure to get your applications in to the Gloucester Biotechnology Academy program for classes beginning in September!
Starting March 16th, applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
Please reach out to Elizabeth Brannon, Lead Teacher at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Interested in learning what “GENOMICS” really means? Want to tour a state-of-the-art research institute, one that happens to be located in your hometown? If so, be sure to visit GMGI on Friday, February 22nd from 4p to 6p for their Community Open House! All are welcome.
Please reach out to Ashley Destino at email@example.com with any questions.