Most academic scientists are trained to believe that our skillsets and expertise are limited to our own academic focus, but they are completely independent of our field.
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A startup company should only be focused on one idea at a time and learning to trust your gut when making decisions will help your team stay on track.
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The current process for material transfer agreements involves way too much paperwork and puts unnecessary stress on both researchers and technology transfer offices.
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Rarely leveraged at academic institutions, executive coaches can provide invaluable insights and advice to principal investigators.
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There is a clear need for additional training at all levels, but uncertainty remains as to how to deliver it all in a fair and systematic way.
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