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Blog Posts

Blog posts consist of:
  1. Profiles which allow you to learn more about successful PhD-minded entrepreneurs that have made an important impact in Canada.
  2. Synopses and recaps of events.
  3. Articles for general interest.
You can use the Tags box on the right to navigate through our posts.
Read on to learn about some the work S2BN has done to help highly qualified personnel in their career development!

October 6, 2019

On the 1st of October, the Guelph Chapter S2BN invited Nezar Rghei, MSc, and Mathew Platt, PhD, to share their experiences and advice with graduate students at the University of Guelph.

Firstly, Nezar Rghei, who is the VP of Strategic Partnerships at Ontario Genomics, shared his experiences of immigrating to Canada and the educational path that he chose. He discussed the importance of industry to s...

May 21, 2019

Ottawa S2BN Post-event blog

On Tuesday February 26th, 2019, the Ottawa chapter of the Science to Business Network was pleased to host a talk by Dr. Chantal Martin, Group Leader of Analytical Development and Quality Control at Turnstone Biologics.

Founded in 2015, Turnstone Biologics is a privately-held immuno-oncology company primarily focused on the development of viral immunotherapies simultaneous...

March 13, 2019

Ted Hsu is a Kingston-born academic-turned-politician who came to speak at a lunch time S2BN Kingston Chapter event on Queen’s campus. The talk highlighted his journey after graduate school and how he leveraged many of the skills he learned to help him throughout his diverse career. 

While Ted was completing his PhD in physics, he was inspired to pursue either research or professorship, however dur...

October 27, 2017

At our latest event, we had the pleasure of learning about the process of patenting, discovery commercialization, and making industry partnerships with Dr. Stephen Scribner, Dr. Mike Wells and Dr. David Hyndman from the Office of Partnerships and Innovation, Queen’s University. Our event included tips and tricks on how to patent our work, career paths in patent processing and commercialization, as...

March 25, 2017

Do you enjoy learning, discussing, and explaining scientific research more than you enjoy conducting it? Then you're likely a good fit for a science communication job.

The question is though, what does a job in SciComm look like?  

Communication is such an integral part of research that Science Communication (SciComm) has become a field in its own right and not only is it growing, it is evol...

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