Liselotte Hyveled – Living the Novo Nordisk Way

Novo Nordisk is a publicly listed pharmaceutical company whose origins date back into the 1920s. With the headquarter in its native Denmark, the company also has international production facilities and R&D centres in several countries, affiliates in 77 countries and a workforce of well over 42,000 staff. Diabetes care has always been an intense focus in Novo Nordisk’s history. Very recently […]

Girls think boys are smarter?

The findings of a recent research study have caused quite a bit of a stir in my social media streams. The study suggests that gender stereotypes surface at the age of 6. As a consequence, girls seem to think boys are the smart gender. The worry is that this leads to less girls and women choosing STEM (science – tech – engineering […]

Tom McDonald – Getting Deloitte Excited About Exsel Group

Exsel Group are certainly doing something right if the company’s recent accolades are anything to go by. Having started in 2014 with just three members of staff; today the IT and communications company can boast a turnover of almost £3million, 48 members of staff and three offices across Scotland. With this in mind, it’s little surprise that the business has just […]

Dr Beverley Minter – The scientist who helped shape Blue Steens’ purpose

The first time I met Beverley was when we were both helping at a conference that was organised by postgraduates for prospective research students at the University of Aberdeen in 2012 – the PhD Journey Conference, which was masterminded by Catherine MacDonald, a fellow PhD student. Thereafter, we kept loosely in touch via LinkedIn and finally met up one fine afternoon […]