Upcoming events

    • 30 Nov 2023
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • New England Biolabs, 240 County Rd, Ipswich, MA 01938
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    New England Biolabs Tour & NSTC Winter Mixer

    Join us for a tour of New England Biolabs' newest building at their main campus in Ipswich, followed by a Winter Networking Mixer!  NEB will provide a discussion on their approach to this newest facility and share how sustainability plays a major role on  their campus in general.  Tours will be provided.  And, in usual NSTC fashion, we will end the event with food, drinks, and networking courtesy of NEB.

    About New England Biolabs: 

    Founded in the mid-1970s as a collective of scientists committed to developing innovative products for the life sciences industry, New England Biolabs is now a recognized world leader in the discovery and production of enzymes for molecular biology applications. Created "by scientists for scientists", NEB is renowned for consistently providing exceptional product quality and unsurpassed technical support. For over four decades, NEB has been shaping the landscape of bioscience research by discovering, developing and supporting superior research reagents. From our founding principles – placing the advancement of science and the stewardship of the environment as our highest priorities – to our unique corporate culture, NEB’s philosophy can be distilled down to three core values: passion, humility and being genuine.

    Featured Speakers: 

    Salvatore Russello, CEO

    Pat Norton, Facilities Director

    Thank you to our Event Host Sponsors:

    • 13 Dec 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom

    Join us for the Sustainability Forum's next lunch-hour Zoom on Wednesday, December 13th to discuss Polar Exploration & Climate Change with Mike Carvalho, Environmental Attorney, Carvalho & Associates.

    Local environmental attorney, SCUBA diver and polar explorer Michael Carvalho will be speaking on his scuba diving expeditions to Antarctica (2018) and the Arctic Ocean (2022) where he was part of a select team studying the impacts of Climate Change in some of the most remote environments on earth.

    Mike’s discussion will include the unique challenges of scuba diving on icebergs, swimming with gentoo penguins and avoiding hungry polar bears. The presentation will include stunning images of the adaptive flora and fauna that thrive in these extreme environments, as well as the beauty of rarely observed glaciers as they calve into the ocean.

    Mike will also share his role as member and international environmental law and policy advisor in a forthcoming Flag Expedition with The Explorers Club, where his team of scientists from the University of Hawaii and Wood Hole Oceanographic Institute will be researching “Plankton Observations of Lifecycles and Ecobiomes (POLEs) Mapping Polar Coastal Marine Biomes: Phase I Antarctic Peninsula 2024”. The findings of the POLEs expedition will be presented to the United Nations Environment Assembly in 2025. Significantly, his talk will include a discussion of how a warming planet is impacting the Gulf of Maine in our own “backyard” and the challenges of a rapidly changing climate.

    Our Speaker: 

    Michael Carvalho is an experienced environmental attorney representing clients in a variety of regulatory, litigation and transactional matters throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Canada and Mexico. Prior to commencing his legal practice, Mike worked as an environmental consultant specializing in the assessment and remediation of some of the Nation’s most contaminated Hazardous Waste sites. Mike’s pro bono interests a range of local, national, and international environmental matters, to include serving as a Delegate for North America at the United Nations Environmental Assembly (UNEA-4) in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2019. Mike is a Fellow with Royal Geographic Society of London, and a National Member of The Explorers Club. Locally, Mike can be found in the waters of Cape Ann diving off his boat “Legal Claws”. He lives in Manchester by the Sea with his wife and two children.

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20 Jul 2023 Biotechs on the Move: Managing Growth out of an Incubator & Beyond
12 Jul 2023 NSTC Summer Mixer: Harbor Cruise
22 Jun 2023 Heads Up! The Changing Local Landscape of Safety Regulations
7 Jun 2023 Postponed: Northeastern Electric Racing: Meet the Team & Tour the Facility
1 Jun 2023 Safety, Savings, and Sustainability at Erlab
18 May 2023 NSTC May Membership Mixer
8 May 2023 Re-imagining the North Shore Technology Workforce Part II
26 Apr 2023 Workforce Development in Today’s Tech Environment at Momentum Manufacturing Group (MMG)
8 Mar 2023 Sustainable Biotech Labs with Steven Miller of The Lab Project
7 Mar 2023 NSTC Winter Mixer (Now March 7th)
8 Feb 2023 Following the Clean Energy Money: Navigating the IRA with PowerOptions
26 Jan 2023 Commercialization Strategies for Biotech: The many pathways for realizing clinical success
25 Jan 2023 Decarbonizing our Transportation Systems: Electric School Buses
20 Dec 2022 NSTC Holiday Networking Event
9 Nov 2022 The Journey of Women Intersecting in the Industries of Sustainability, Technology and Life Sciences
26 Oct 2022 Innovating Workforce Development with BlocPower
20 Oct 2022 Critical Materials' Role in the Green Economy
21 Sep 2022 App Development: What Goes into Building a Million Dollar App
7 Sep 2022 The Future of Batteries: Open House & Networking with Titan Advanced Energy Solutions
14 Jul 2022 2022 Summer Outing: Fun on the Finback
15 Jun 2022 Partner Event: How to Avoid 25 Website and SEO Mistakes and Save Time Creating Content
14 Jun 2022 Technology Forum: The Future of Cybersecurity in an Accelerating Digital World
8 Jun 2022 Sustainability Forum: Advancing the North Shore Blue Economy Initiative
25 May 2022 Biosciences Forum: Networking Event
18 May 2022 NSTC Talking Tech Networking Event
11 May 2022 Sustainability Forum: Natural Gas to the GeoGrid, a Zero Emissions Transition Plan
28 Apr 2022 Biosciences Forum: A Fireside Chat with Dr. Ed Kaye, CEO of Stoke Therapeutics
20 Apr 2022 Technology Forum: Scaling Ecommerce in Social Media
13 Apr 2022 Sustainability Forum: How Energy Storage Can Enable a Net Zero Grid
29 Mar 2022 Biosciences Forum: A Fireside Chat with the Leadership of MassBio
17 Mar 2022 Talking Tech: Virtual Networking Event
9 Mar 2022 Sustainability Forum: MAPC's Municipal Net Zero Playbook
24 Feb 2022 Biosciences Forum: Virtual Networking Event
9 Feb 2022 Offshore Wind is Making its Move, with MassCEC
12 Jan 2022 New Approaches to Recycling End of Life Solar PV Panels
8 Dec 2021 Networking with NSTC Sustainability Forum: Holiday Themed
4 Nov 2021 Celebrate the Holiday Season with the North Shore Technology Council!
28 Oct 2021 Virtual Networking Event - Biosciences
14 Oct 2021 Sustainability Forum: Beverly’s Electric School Bus Program Leads the Way to Carbon-Free Transportation
28 Sep 2021 Biosciences Forum with Massachusetts Life Sciences Center President & CEO Kenn Turner

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 Cummings Properties, 100 Cummings Center, Suite 221-F Community Conference Room, Beverly, MA 01915

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Endicott College, Beverly, MA 01915

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