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Bridging the Gap Between Science and Business

S2BN organizes outreach and networking events for graduate students to complement their academic training. Students obtain professional training with transferable skills to gain a competitive edge in both the academic and business job markets.

We accomplish our goal by linking highly qualified personnel from research intensive universities and institutions with subject matter experts and industry professionals.

 

#BridgeTheGap

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Bridging the Gap Between Science and Business

S2BN organizes outreach and networking events for graduate students to complement their academic training. Students obtain professional training with transferable skills to gain a competitive edge in both the academic and business job markets.

We accomplish our goal by linking highly qualified personnel from research intensive universities and institutions with subject matter experts and industry professionals.

 

#BridgeTheGap

Upcoming Events:

Guelph Chapter 

Women in Science: Inspiring the Future

Wednesday, Feb 26th, 2020

5:45pm - Registration

6:00pm - Panel

7:30pm - Networking

The Fifth: GSA rooftop patio and lounge, Guelph 

Recent Posts

The Ottawa chapter of the Science to Business Network (S2BN) ended 2019 with a panel discussion and networking event which was held on December 11th. We hosted a panel of industry experts, who also sit on BIOTECanada’s Vaccine Industry Committee, with the goal of providing insights in the field of immunization and public health as well as share advice around career development. The evening was moderated by Dr. Bruce Seet, CEO...

February 4, 2020

On November 4, 2019, the S2BN Ottawa Chapter, in partnership with the Canadian Cancer Research Alliance, hosted the event “Trends in Cancer Research: Career Journeys and Opportunities”. The event brought together a panel of professionals working in industry, government and academia to discuss trends and current issues in cancer research as well as their unconventional journeys that lead them to their careers today.

Panellists i...

October 31, 2019

To kickstart an evening event on Queen’s University campus, Alex Lang showcased the unorthodox career path he took from PhD graduate to securing his position as manager at the largest pharmaceutical company in Canada. Although sitting with Janssen as the Manager of Medical Information for Oncology and Haematology, Alex explained that his career journey was akin to that of “drunk bumble bee” and not as straightforward as one mi...

October 23, 2019

On September 25, 2019, the S2BN’s Toronto Chapter hosted an event on “Careers in Science Communication” in collaboration with the University of Toronto’s Life Sciences Career Development Society (LSCDS). The event was held at the University of Toronto and attended by over 100 graduate students.

Speaker Backgrounds

Four speakers provided insights into their careers in science communications and shared their experiences about tran...

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