This year marks my 10 year Anniversary with AVEVA! I am the Office Manager at our Cambridge Science Park office in the ‘One Zero One’ building. No two days are the same for me, as I enjoy a varied role supported by my on-site team and our colleagues across our global offices.
My role is to network and collaborate amongst the tech eco system in areas of digital connectivity for CW (Cambridge Wireless). Outside of this I am always on the lookout for innovate technology that can help solve some of our societal and sustainability challenges.
I joined as Head Chef of the Lakeside Café in the autumn 2018. We prepare all our food on the premises. I have full control over what we do here which gives us the chance to try new dishes. This summer our BBQs were really popular. We also cater for events and functions which can be for 100 people or more.
I am a director of S-Tech insurance, established in Cambridge some 35 years ago. I advise clients on all aspects of their business insurances requirements with a particular focus on technology, new-technology, life sciences and start-up enterprises along with specialisms in business continuity and technical contract review services.
After finishing my degree is Liberal Arts and Sciences I joined Owlstone Medical as a Laboratory Assistant. I am part of the team that provides a supporting role to the analysis of breath samples. It’s very exciting to be part of such an innovative and progressive company.
I’m the CEO & Co-founder of Mesensei, a tech startup. I came to Cambridge from Helsinki to push forward our conceptual thinking and the state of the art of our technology.
I began working on the Science Park in 2017, initially for the Royal Society of Chemistry and now as part of the marketing team at Owlstone Medical. My role is diverse and I enjoy coming in each day to something different.
The team at Owlstone are working to an extremely worthwhile mission, as well as being incredibly supportive and having lots of fun too.
In 2019 I founded the Science Park Book Club, the group is made up of people from lots of different offices who meet every month to discuss a wide range of titles over tea and biscuits.
I joined TusPark in March 2019 to manage the new Bio-Innovation Centre. I have worked on the Science Park for 27 years and it is great to be part of this fantastic redevelopment.
My primary focus is the identification and validation of cellular proteins that may represent targets for novel oncology drugs. I also co-ordinate our Sustaining Innovation postdoctoral research programme, and am always keen to hear from new PhDs or postdocs who would like to perform their research in an industrial setting.
As Operations Manager, I am responsible for the administration of multi-dimensional business practices to create the highest level of efficiency possible within Qkine, allowing us to work effectively in an international biotech business environment. The company gives me autonomy to pursue ideas I’m passionate about, and I get to work with incredibly talented people every day.
I became the first ever Director of the Cambridge Science Park in February 2017. My role is extremely varied as it ranges from planning infrastructure, new buildings and amenities to hosting delegations from around the world and developing strategies for the future growth of the Park. So no two days are ever the same.
I joined as Operations Manager on the Park in 2018. A key role of my job is to build a greater sense of community across the Park - organizing and hosting social and other events across the Park. Another important part of my position is to build relationships with our neighbours, it is very important that the Park is seen as accessible and supportive to the surrounding community - we have been working closely with the Grove Primary School, Cambridge Regional College and the North Cambridge Community Partnership (NCCP). Activities with these organisations have included tailored events, donations, volunteering, sponsorships and work experience.