While it may not have been the summer we envisioned, GMGI stayed busy taking advantage of the pleasant weather and the unusually low-key season on Cape Ann.
Our research team took to the water by boat – and by foot – to collect samples for several current research projects, made important strides with publications that are nearing submission, and continued to foster collaboration efforts with our research partners. At the Academy, it was a bittersweet month as we said goodbye to the Class of 2020 with an intimate graduation ceremony on the harbor, and welcomed fifteen new students to their nine-month journey into biotech.
Fall promises to bring a continued sense of excitement and momentum as we begin our second season of Science Hour Talks (stay tuned for the stellar lineup), break ground on our new biomanufacturing laboratory made possible by our state-awarded workforce skills capital grant, and continue to bring meaningful science and life-changing training opportunities to Cape Ann.
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– Chris Bolzan, Executive Director
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