Using Life Sciences case studies and role-play you will learn to:
- Identify the commercial value in your research
- Understand what business people really want from partnerships with academia
- Understand the power of your intellectual property
- Decide when to start a company and when to license your discoveries to others
- Figure out your role in the commercialisation process
When: Tuesday 19th May 2015, 9.30am – 4.30pm
Where: Newcastle University Business School
Contact Alecia Dunn for further details.
Has your research led to something innovative that could be profitable? Do you have a great idea, but unsure how to turn it into a business? If you’re thinking ‘yes!’, come and visit Rise Up in the university Careers Service. We offer 1-2-1 support for students with budding ideas, in need of business guidance. Read the rest of this entry »
Guest post from Dawn Weatherston, one of the Careers’s Service’s Entrepreneurial Development Officers.
It is widely predicted that by 2020 up to 50% of us are likely to be working on a freelance basis. It seems that the separate identities of employee, intrapreneur, entrepreneur and freelancer are becoming increasingly blurred and we will tend to move between all of these roles in the course of our careers. Read the rest of this entry »