Upcoming events

    • 24 Apr 2024
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • HarborPoint at Root, Shetland Park, 35 Congress Street, Suite 2350,Salem MA 01970
    • 14
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    Join us on Wednesday, April 24th from 5-7pm @ HarborPoint at Root in Salem MA! The evening will consist of a presentation & panel discussion by Jones Architecture, Bond Building Construction, and The Green Engineer. They will highlight the C. Gerald Lucey Building for Massachusetts’s Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA), an award winning project in which all three companies played a role in building & designing.

    Featured Speakers: 

    Marc Perras, Associate Principal, Jones Architecture

    Sarah Tarbet, Senior AssociateJones Architecture

    Jonathan Rossini, Project ManagerBond Building Construction

    Erik Ruoff, PrincipalThe Green Engineer


    Schedule of Events:

    5-5:30pm: Networking, food, drinks

    5:30-6:30: Presentation & Panel Discussion

    6:30-7pm: Questions, Networking

    About the Project:

    The C. Gerald Lucey Building in Brockton Massachusetts was one of the most sustainable buildings in the Commonwealth's inventory when it was completed in 2022. Several design features led to this distinction and to substantial energy savings including a finely tuned building envelope to advanced mechanical systems. One element that stands out above the rest due to it's rarity in the New England region is the use of Mass timber. Building with wood has several advantages from both a design and construction perspective, but is not without its challenges. With this discussion we will shed light on both.

    The Green Engineer:

    Massachusetts is targeting Net Zero Carbon by 2050. As the electric grid gets cleaner, all electric buildings will reduce their emissions, while fossil fuel-based heating systems will become an albatross around their owner’s neck. For this reason, we’re seeing a push for electrification of building systems by owners and by industry regulations such as the new MA Stretch Energy Code. And with the promise of clean electricity reducing operational carbon, there is increased emphasis on reducing embodied carbon in construction. In this session we will explain the changes we’re seeing in the industry, and what this means for existing buildings and new construction.


    Thank you to our Event Hosts:





    • 2 May 2024
    • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Community Conference Room at Cummings Center, Beverly MA
    • 41
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    On Thursday, May 2, NSTC, with support from the North Shore Alliance for Economic Development, will host a “Meet the Innovation Ecosystem” panel discussion and networking event. The program is designed to introduce North Shore business leaders to the various state, private, and nonprofit organizations committed to fostering entrepreneurship and business growth in the Commonwealth, particularly in the technology, life sciences, and sustainability sectors.

    The panel discussion will be followed by a networking mixer. Beer, wine, and appetizers will be served.

    Moderator:

    Chris Ilsley, CEO, InnoVenture Labs

    Panelists:

    Mark Michalski, Manufacturing Expert in Residence at FORGE

    Jeanne LeClair, Senior Director of Business Development and Workforce Programs, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC)

    Lily FitzgeraldSenior Manager, Advanced Technology Programs Center for Advanced Manufacturing, MassTech Collaborative 

    The panel discussion will address the challenges and opportunities the technology/biotech sectors face in Massachusetts, and invite you to discuss the mission of MLSC and the resources it provides to support business formation and growth.

    Agenda:

    5:00 - 5:15 PM: Arrivals, Networking

    5:15 - 5:20 PM: Welcome (Gene Wong, President, North Shore Technology Council)

    Introduction (Laura Swanson, Executive Director, North Shore Alliance for Economic Development)

    5:20 - 6:15 PM: Panel Discussion

    6:15 - 7:30 PM: Speed networking with representatives from panel organizations along with additional invited groups including MassBio, MassVentures, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, and Gloucester Biotechnology Academy.


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Past events

14 Mar 2024 (SOLD OUT) NSTC March Mixer & Membership Mania
29 Feb 2024 Leadership of Innovation: Strengthening Strategic Leadership Practices in Science & Technology Organizations
25 Jan 2024 IP is Not Just Patents: using copyright, trademark, and trade secret protection to increase the value of your company
18 Jan 2024 The Evolution of AI & how it Impacts Society
11 Jan 2024 Hydropower Case Study: Living with Water, Sustainability, & Resiliency in Lawrence, MA
13 Dec 2023 Polar Exploration & Climate Change: Lessons from the End of the Earth
30 Nov 2023 New England Biolabs Tour & NSTC Winter Mixer (SOLD OUT)
8 Nov 2023 Let's Talk Trash: Achieving Zero Waste for Healthier Communities
19 Oct 2023 Innovative Women on a Mission: Technology for the Greater Good
4 Oct 2023 The Neuroscience of Collaboration
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

Our partner venues:

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

 Parking, Map and Location Information

Endicott College, Beverly, MA 01915

Main Campus

Misselwood House

May 23rd Workforce Event: Parking Pass, Event Map


North Shore Technology Council is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 100 Cummings Center, Suite 223-F Beverly, MA 01915.

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