ON Helix is One Nucleus’ flagship summer translational research confernece. The 2018 conference was the sixth in this series, with the strapline ‘Translating UK scientific excellence into global scientific strategies’; a different format, over two days rather than one; and a new venue, the Cambridge building at Babraham Research Campus. This landscaped site, six miles south-east of Cambridge city centre, is home to about sixty organisations including many established and startup biotech companies.
A year ago I was pleased to be given the opportunity to assume the role of CEO at One Nucleus. The Board and I agreed there were some key developments that we wanted to implement in order to enhance the effectiveness and relevance of One Nucleus to our members, the region and the sector as a whole.
The UK is at the forefront of life sciences innovation. Break through companies across the UK are creating cutting edge therapies, highly skilled jobs, and driving economic growth. But business and Government recognise that more still needs to be done to create stronger links between the life sciences and business community.
The Prism Series “pop up event” Cancer research UK December 2017
This is a guest post for One Nucleus by Toby Beresford. Toby is the Founder and CEO of success tracking network Rise.global. Previously he has worked as a developer of web based disease management for patients, dermatology tele-referrals for GPs and was deputy chairman of the public health sub-committee for Wandsworth Council. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Putting the c in Science – Commercialization, Community and Capital
I am very much looking forward to my up and coming talk at the 2017 ON Helix conference. As an early stage investor, I especially enjoy opportunities to talk with and learn from life science innovators. You see, for me, science is quite personal.