The UK bioscience industry offers a diverse range of employment opportunities that require researchers to display the necessary skills and experience in order to successfully transition from academia into industry and other bioscience-related non-research careers. To achieve this vision, the EASTBIO enterprise skills training component of our programme supports your development by exposing students wishing to gain knowledge, skills and experience of industry to business, commercial, entrepreneurial and leadership skills.
We will publish details of enterprise and industry-based skills training that we have been developing in collaboration with our partners and stakeholders, IBioIC, SULSA, Turing Institute, Edinburgh Innovation.
|IBioIC||Working with Industry||24-Oct-23||9:30-14:30||In Person|
|IBioIC||How to Interpret a Patent||23-Nov-23||9:30-12:00||In Person|
|IBioIC||Marketing Yourself||8-Dec-23||10:00-14:00||Online Delivery|
|IBioIC||Careers Opportunity after a Science Degree||July||3 Hours||Online Delivery|
|IBioIC||Chemical Engineering for Biotechnology||July||2 Days||In Person|
|SULSA||Industry Academia Conference||14-15th Nov||Link|
|SULSA||Forging Futures Schemes||Deadline: 9th October||Link|
|Turing||Turing Connections Initiative||Link|
|Turing||Turing Interest Groups||Link|
|Edinburgh Innovations||Events page|