We often hear that students need to be thinking in ways that are more entrepreneurial and innovative. Perhaps it is time to remind science students that they already are entrepreneurs. The latter launch startups to fill a need in the market while scientists find answers to fundamental questions and often come up with solutions for some of the world’s most pressing problems. Both need to “sell” their findings — scientists to governments and other scientists, entrepreneurs to venture capitalists, to obtain funding.
Author: Dr. Imogen R. Coe, The Huffington Post