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'This excellent book is directed at those for whom a conventional academic and research career is not necessarily their cup of tea. In it, you can learn how many other opportunities there are for scientists outside the usual academic route. The book is full of first-rate practical advice, emphasising the value of a self-assessment of your skills and interests, and illustrating that there is a major demand for people with training in science in many areas ranging from entrepreneurship and policy to PR and politics. Above all, do something you enjoy and believe is worthwhile, and do not consider yourself a failure because you have not continued in academic research.' Sir Walter Bodmer, Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine
'The enthusiastic and positive accounts in this book provide ample evidence that there is life beyond the lab, and that it can be a good life: rewarding, fulfilling and richly varied. To take that decision to go where the grass might be greener requires careful thought and the application of your best research skills - to research your own future. This book provides one major source of information, advice and a great range of personal words of guidance to help inform your next step.' Gordon Chesterman, University of Cambridge Careers Service
'... offers students and early career scientists the indispensable personal experience of more than thirty skilled professionals who started out as academics and ended up in the most varied array of successful professions. Reading about the many routes that a scientist can choose, from becoming an EU-level regulatory expert and lobbyist, to a company founder and multi-millionaire, this book is not only insightful but also inspirational for those eager to branch out from the confines of their science. I wish I had had the opportunity of feasting my eyes on this a quarter of a century ago as I scratched my head as to which way to turn once I left the lab.' Nathalie Moll, European Association for Bioindustries, Belgium
'If there's one valuable message here it's 'know thyself - but don't dismiss serendipity'. While the advice of careers professionals to analyse skills and preferences is important, the personal stories show just how important it is to keep an open mind and that even the most successful career isn't really planned but relies on a willingness to grasp opportunities. For women, as a minority in the UK STEM workforce, these personal case studies offer reassurance that it's good to take risks and great careers await us all.' Averil Macdonald, OBE, University of Reading
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David J. Bennett is a Senior Member of St Edmund's College, Cambridge, and part natural part social scientist in both academia and companies. He has long-term experience, activities and interests in the relations between science, industry, government, education, law, the public and the media, and has spent the last twenty-five years running large, international, multidisciplinary, science-based projects. Richard C. Jennings is an Affiliated Research Scholar in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge. His research interests are focused on the responsible conduct of research and the ethical uses of science and technology. He is an active member of Scientists for Global Responsibility and has worked with BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, on a 'Framework for Assessing Ethical Issues in New Technologies'.
Foreword Sir Tom Blundell; Part I. Career Services', Recruiters' and Students' Viewpoints: 1. What type of scientist are you? Nalayini Thambar and Clare Jones; 2. Researching my career: from science to career education Lori Conlan; 3. Career enlightenment for the twenty-first century Stephen Isherwood; 4. Doctoral graduates in policy and advocacy Adam Wright; Part II. Industry and Related Occupations: 5. Opportunities for entrepreneurial scientists and engineers in the post-genomic era Darrin M. Disley; 6. From monkeys to medicines and beyond - navigating careers in industry and academia Jackie Hunter; 7. Lessons from evolution on how to build a business Jonathan Milner; 8. Entrepreneurship, management, public relations and consulting Nick Scott-Ram; 9. From science to engineering and business: the converging stories of three friends Ermeena Malik; 10. From lab bench to board room: the patent attorney's tale Robert Stephen; 11. From molecular biology to GMO regulation and policy Delphine Carron; 12. Rebel with a cause? From physics to activism Philip Webber; 13. Science public relations - it needs to be in your genes Richard Hayhurst; Part III. The Public Sector: 14. From rock pools to Whitehall Miles Parker; 15. Science for global good - a polymath's approach Jasdeep Sandhu; 16. Skills, networks and luck David Cleevely; 17. Politics and policy Julian Huppert; Part IV. Journalism and the Media: 18. The wonderful world of reporting, or the marsupial mole revisited Tim Radford; 19. Reflections of a thinking pinball: the surprises, challenges and rewards of a career in radio Peter Evans; 20. From science to storytelling Madhumita Murgia; 21. Propelled by science: a life on camera Vivienne Parry OBE; 22. A career in science radio and podcasting Chris Smith and Kat Arney; Part V. Science Communication, Teaching and Ethics: 23. What to do when you don't know what you're doing; or, my first twenty-five years in science communication John Durant; 24. A butterfly career in science and beyond to public engagement Nicola Buckley; 25. A lifetime's fun and interest with teaching and allied matters Ian Harvey; 26. In search of the ethical path Stuart Parkinson; 27. Environmental policy, politics and science - not always an easy ride Julie Hill; Further sources of information.