The majority of scientists most likely don’t go into academic research with the aim of becoming business owners. But there are times when a discovery has clear commercial potential and those involved in its origins are thrust, sometime unwillingly, in the entrepreneurship fray. If you’re in this position, or perhaps are interested in the possibility of commercializing your brilliant ideas, take a listen to this conversation with the BioInnovation Institute’s Dr. Bobby Soni, whose primary goal is to help researchers find their feet and be successful in the world of business. We talk about the skills you need, where to find a helping hand, and how to think about whether it’s even worth starting the entrepreneurship journey.
Impact Report 2022