Media Resources

GMGI has the experts to share information on a wide range of topics in genomic science, biotechnology, innovative STEM education, workforce development, and the Blue Economy. Below you’ll find resources to help assist any media inquiries.

Areas of expertise

GMGI experts are available to offer insights on a wide variety of topics, including:

Transforming STEM education and workforce development

  • The impacts — locally and regionally — of new models for STEM education and resulting workforce development
  • How biotechnology education creates new pathways to connect underserved communities to its opportunities
  • Professional, educational, and personal opportunities offered by models like Gloucester Biotechnology Academy

Gloucester, Cape Ann, and the Blue Economy

  • The ways the biotech and genomics industries on Cape Ann and in Greater Boston can fuel continued tech-sector growth for the whole region
  • The Blue Economy’s potential for preserving coastal communities’ traditions while preparing all stakeholders for a prosperous and sustainable future, and the roles marine genomics and education can play

Applications of genomics research in marine ecosystems and aquaculture industry management.

  • Informing best practices for species’ health and industry efficiency in aquaculture
  • Creating better understanding of various species’ responses to climate change, pollution, and other threats to oceans
  • Unlocking the implications for human health, especially regarding cancer and age-related degeneration
  • Improving fishing stock and ecosystem regulatory management policies, especially around cod, Jonah crab, lobster, and shellfish populations and the various threats they face
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