How business-savvy scientists can find success in the risky start-up world?

 

“In the first of a three-part series on science start-ups, Nature Careers explores how scientists with a sound business idea can thrive as entrepreneurs, and why leaving academia isn’t required.


As science start-ups start to gain increasing media attention, more researchers are interested in understanding how to get their ideas off the ground. Spin Up Science founder, Dr Ben Miles, recently spoke to Nature about the growing science innovation ecosystem in the UK, and how commercialising science isn’t as difficult as one may think. Spin Up Science is excited to play a supporting role in these ecosystems, helping researchers to make the leap to become innovators.

Read the full Nature article here.

 
Geneticist Brittany Barreto (right), chief executive of dating company Pheramor, with her co-founders.Credit: Michael Starghill, Jr.

Geneticist Brittany Barreto (right), chief executive of dating company Pheramor, with her co-founders.Credit: Michael Starghill, Jr.

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