Gloucester High School 10th-graders Jason Erwin and Morey Ronan, center, with biology teacher Eric Leigh, at far right, accept the Joshua Boger Award for Innovative School of the Year from the Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation in Cambridge. Presenting the award are, from left, Robert K. Coughlin, President and CEO of MassBio; Lance Hartford, Executive Director of the MassBioEd Foundation; and James Hoyes, President of EMD Serono, Inc.
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