The second in the BioBM / Benchfly series on laboratory innovation for life scientists has been published on Benchfly. In this post, BioBM Principal Consultant Carlton Hoyt discusses a “back-of-the-envelope” method for life scientists to ballpark how much their ideas or inventions could be worth to them. You can read the post in it’s entirety here.
The first post, encouraging and discussing ways for life science inventors to act on their ideas, can also be read on the Benchfly blog. The final post will be on discussing ways to take your idea from concept to commercialization and will be posted on Benchfly in the coming weeks. We’ll update the news section when it gets released, so feel free to subscribe to our RSS feed if you’d like to stay updated.