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The One Nucleus blog is written by individuals and is not necessarily a reflection of the views held by One Nucleus.

My Letter to you Dear Entrepreneur…..

Putting the c in Science – Commercialization, Community and Capital by Sharon Vosmek 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 … Continue reading

Posted in November 2011 | Leave a comment

Digital Health, the Embassy, Russia and the Future

The Department for International Trade (DIT) is a specialised government body with the responsibility for promoting UK trade across the world and attracting inward investment. DIT initiated the 1st International Digital Health Conference in Moscow, April 2017. A strong UK … Continue reading

Posted in June 2017 | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Uncovering Biological Computation

Biological computation is the information-processing that cells carry out to make the myriad of decisions required to grow and sustain life. Uncovering what this computation is, remains far from trivial – cells are infuriatingly complex, they are noisy, run multiple … Continue reading

Posted in May 2017 | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Why Life Sciences Innovators Need to Build the Right Teams

Great innovation needs great leadership. The late, great Steve Jobs said: “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” So, when it comes to spotting opportunities in the exciting cross-over fields of life sciences, technology, and consumer applications, the right … Continue reading

Posted in May 2017 | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

One Nucleus Input to the Industrial Strategy

OPEN LETTER Dear One Nucleus members and esteemed readers As many of you will know, the British Government launched a Green Paper for wide consultation regarding its future Industrial Strategy. One Nucleus is delighted that at least 3 of the … Continue reading

Posted in November 2011 | Leave a comment

What is Neurodiversity and what are the effects on Cambridge business when the NHS and local authority do not address dyslexia and Asperger Syndrome in adult life.

I write this blog to share a personal story of some of my experiences and knowledge gained after a later life diagnosis of Dyslexia and Asperger syndrome in Cambridge. What does Neurodiversity mean? A recent research paper published by ACAS … Continue reading

Posted in March 2017 | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Need to recruit multilingual, creative problem solvers experienced in working in teams and on a wide variety of challenges?

Go Dutch. In 2015, Sophianum school in Gulpen were keen to work with a life sciences research centre in Cambridge. Harriet Fear, CEO of OneNucleus was approached and she worked hard to find an appropriate partner which would commit to … Continue reading

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