We are proud of our diverse community of female academics who have achieved success in activities including entrepreneurship, commercialisation, consultancy and research partnerships.
Read the case studies below to find out about their varied career paths and practical advice about balancing their research with enterprising activities.
Dr Catherine Mulligan
"The whole point for me, around digital, is that it’s so fundamentally challenging to the way our economy had been structured for so long, that research should really should be focusing on what is actually happening in the world now to help governments, citizens and companies better handle the dramatic change digital is bringing."
Professor Ji-Seon Kim
“Most people think that interaction with industry brings big funding in the beginning because industry is connected to the real market, but it’s not true. My experience is that building trust in the initial stages is critical. They are testing you and your ability, and once they realise what information you can provide, then you can have deeper interactions."