GMGI News and Announcements

Click here to register Known as: Dr. Steven Austad, Distinguished Professor and Inaugural Protective Life Endowed Chair in Healthy Aging Research, University of Alabama at Birmingham Based out of: Birmingham, AL What he does in 10 words or less: Researches the biology of

(GLOUCESTER, MA) David Walt, Ph.D., co-founder and board member of Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute (GMGI), will deliver the keynote address at the upcoming “Gloucester 400+ Overture to 2023” celebration. The event, scheduled for January 15th -- which is billed as

(GLOUCESTER, MA) Graduates of GMGI’s Gloucester Biotechnology Academy who are accepted to Northeastern University will be eligible to receive up to 11 transfer credits towards the Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology program. This is the first agreement the Academy has

For the second year in a row, November brought thought leaders from the fields of education and industry to Gloucester for GMGI’s Education & Workforce Development Conference. This year’s conference had close to 100 attendees from the following organizations: Northeastern

During the state’s fifth annual STEM Week — the initiative that aims to inspire young people in Massachusetts to study for careers in science, technology, engineering and math — Lt. Governor Karyn Polito made a stop at Gloucester Biotechnology Academy.

(GLOUCESTER, MA) The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center has announced $14.6M in grants to support life science workforce development and STEM education in Massachusetts, with GMGI receiving $578,824 to enhance the new biomanufacturing curriculum at the Gloucester Biotechnology Academy. The grant

As part of GMGI’s ongoing partnership with OceanX, GMGI researchers Matt Harke, Ph.D. and Jennifer Polinski took part in the organization’s third Young Explorers Program (YEP). YEP was created by OceanX to provide college students and recent graduates traditionally underrepresented

(GLOUCESTER, MA) Cape Ann Savings Bank recently announced a $150K gift to Gloucester Marine Genomic Institute in support of their mission to address critical challenges facing our oceans, human health, and the environment through innovative scientific research and education. The

(GLOUCESTER, MA) Gloucester Biotechnology Academy has announced a new financial structure to support young adults’ investment in their futures. Through the generous support of donors, tuition and fees will be waived in their entirety for the Academy’s incoming class of

Click here to see a full gallery of images from the ceremony The soon-to-be graduates arrived at the Cape Ann Museum on June 23rd with a well-earned sense of pride and confidence. And rightfully so – the group of 15 students