PVCNSI’s Partnership with Holyoke Public Schools

PVCNSI partners with Holyoke Public Schools to support experiential learning in natural sciences PVCNSI created a Natural Science Academy to support formal and informal experiential natural science programs for high school students by creating a wide learning ecosystem through our own Pioneer Valley Coral aquafarm and incubator space. Our approach is based on the philosophy … Continue reading PVCNSI’s Partnership with Holyoke Public Schools

Welcome Our Interns

Welcome Our Interns We are growing! And are happy to have 5 amazing interns on board this summer who are assisting in development of educational programs in marine biology and chemistry for high school students and are engaged in water treatment research efforts at PVCNSI. Meet Emelia, Emily, Emma, Sophie, Annie and caitlyn.

PVCNSI Hosted Delegation of Foreign NGO Leaders

On Monday, March 19th, PVCNSI hosted a delegation of foreign NGO leaders from 6 countries (Bangladesh, Zambia, Papua New Guinea, Israel, Paraguay and Panama) in our facility at 1 Mill Valley Road, Hadley, MA. The delegation was sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program and arranged regionally by the World Affairs … Continue reading PVCNSI Hosted Delegation of Foreign NGO Leaders

Dr. Rajic’s Talk: Preventing a Mad Max Future

Preventing a Mad Max Future Interested in renewable energy and clean tech? Attend next week's free lecture "Preventing a Mad Max Future" featuring Dr. Ljiljana Rajić, focusing on current water purification efforts and new approaches to use cost-effective materials to clean heavily polluted waters. Register here Media coverage:https://dailyfreepress.com/blog/2018/03/28/preventing-a-mad-max-future-presenter-discusses-new-clean-water-technology/