New STEM Summer Program for High School Students!

Still on the hunt for opportunities and activities for high school students over the summer?

Introducing the newest program from Gloucester Biotechnology Academy – SummerSTEM: Fish Fraud Forensics!

Gloucester Biotechnology Academy’s SummerSTEM: Fish Fraud Forensics is a one-week, hands-on summer course to introduce high school students to biotechnology. Held at the state-of-the-art teaching laboratory at Gloucester Biotechnology Academy, students will use modern biotechnology methods to identify a mystery fish specimen by analyzing its DNA.

Registration is now open to all high school students, ages 14 to 18 – no science experience required!  Visit our website at gmgi.org/summerstem/ to learn more and download the registration forms. SummerSTEMflier

SPACES STILL AVAILABLE AT GLOUCESTER BIOTECHNOLOGY ACADEMY – APPLY NOW!

Gloucester Biotechnology Academy is still accepting students for its upcoming class of 2019.  Classes begin in September.  There are no math or science prerequisites needed –  all high school graduates between the ages of 18 and 26 are encouraged to apply!

Visit our website or contact Education Director John Doyle at 978.491.5968 or john.doyle@gmgi.org to learn more about our unique, hands-on training program.

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Rebuilding the Waterfront: Genomics Institute’s lab leading transition to marine disciplines

Thanks to the Gloucester Daily Times for covering the ‘groundbreaking’ for our new research institute on Gloucester’s Inner Harbor:

http://www.gloucestertimes.com/news/fishing_industry_news/rebuilding-the-waterfront-genomics-institute-s-lab-leading-transition-to/article_a5b3bdb3-f119-5e8b-8b2f-dad2f8bbc2b4.html

We are grateful to Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, State Senator Bruce Tarr, Rep. Ann-Margaret Ferrante, Windover Construction and everyone who braved the cold last Friday to help us ‘break ground’ on our new site!

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