GMGI News and Announcements

Researchers at GMGI have been studying the extraordinary lifespan of the red sea urchin, and recently had their research published in Scientific Reports. “Unique age-related transcriptional signature in the nervous system of the long-lived red sea urchin Mesocentrotus franciscanus” was co-authored

While the excitement never wears off, news of GMGI staff being published is something we’ve grown used to hearing.  But earlier this month we celebrated two publications for different reasons.   TWO Academy graduates have received co-authorship on papers published in

COVID-19 is affecting all aspects of daily life, with some hitting closer to home than others. Members of the GMGI Board and Academy students are playing important roles in battling the coronavirus. In March, we brought you the story of Emily

In early February, amid a packed house of rapt listeners and surrounded by GMGI’s state-of-the-art genomics labs, two local, distinguished artists explored the nexus of art and science through the lens of their respective careers and artistic product. The two artists

Matthew Harke, PhD, joined the team in September as GMGI’s first Marine Microbial Scientist. Hailing from a small farm town in Wisconsin, as a child the closest thing he had to experiencing the ocean was fishing on a lake with

On December 23 the holidays arrived early at Gloucester Biotechnology Academy. That’s when the plate glass windows on the front of the building were removed so the benches, cabinets, and specialized equipment required for the new cell culture lab could

Governor Charlie Baker’s visit to GMGI in October of 2018 was to celebrate the start of an exciting new chapter for the research institute: the cutting of the ribbon at 417 Main. His recent visit on February 25 was to

Emily Ryan, a Gloucester Biotechnology Academy student, started her three-month internship with Cambridge’s Sherlock Biosciences this past February. Six weeks later the Gloucester native is on the front lines of the battle to stop the spread of a global pandemic. There is a

(GLOUCESTER, MA) Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute (GMGI) has received $940K through the Massachusetts Workforce Skills Capital Grant Program. The announcement was made on February 25, 2020 by Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito who were at GMGI’s institute

(GLOUCESTER, MA) Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute (GMGI) has announced that Christine Bolzan has joined the 6-year old not-for-profit as the organization’s Chief Operating Officer. Chris will lead GMGI’s mission to catalyze the Cape Ann economy by bringing science to Gloucester