Advice & Resources

We're fortunate to have great connections with experts in every field, who can help founders on their way, no matter what stage they are at on their entrepreneurial journey. Here you can find details of our Entrepreneurs-in-Residence, as well as links to resources which may help you hone your offer.


We've broken our resources into three sections, for those thinking about entrepreneurship, early stage ventures and those already operational. Rather than recreating the wheel, we'll point you in the direction of the best resources we've seen online. If any of the links are broken or you find even better material, please do let us know!


For those getting started

Find great ideation resources


For early-stage ventures

Find great validation resources


For flourishing projects

Find great resources (coming soon)

Entrepreneurs in Residence

Here are the details of our team of Entrepreneurs in Residence and other key individuals working with our service to support founders...

Clare Lankester

Supporting researchers to consider regulatory requirements during early-stage research projects & translational grant/commercial opportunities in the meditech sector.

Michael Murray

Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence and principal at Murray International Partners Limited, Michael has a wealth of commercial expertise in deal negotiation, business planning, IP strategy and management, collaboration and project management, commercial strategy and technical assessment.

Keith Jackson

Professor of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship and Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence, Keith brings a wealth of knowledge to students and staff gained from managing and leading large companies.  Keith is skilled across the entrepreneurial journey from early stage product development through to raising funds.

Support Us

If you would like to work as an Entrepreneur in Residence, give a guest lecture or support our entrepreneurs in any other capacity, please complete our engagement form, thank you.