A former Scientist turned Patent Attorney, Dr. Claudia M. Duffy has lived, worked and studied in three European countries. Starting with a BSc in Physics and Chemistry, Claudia went on to pursue graduate research in Physics through MSc and PhD degrees in Munich and Cambridge respectively.
Intellectual property, entrepreneurship, innovation, IP commercialisation, investment, business growth, technology transfer
Ruth is Professor of Labour Law at the University of Glasgow. Her research interests lie in the fields of employment law, labour law, and labour history, with a particular focus on workers’ collective rights, and theories and systems of worker representation.
work, employment law, labour rights, labour history
Sophie Ellison, Senior Consultant at Blake Stevenson, undertakes social research and evaluation that informs policy, practice and service development within the public and voluntary sectors. She chairs the Scottish Branch of the Social Research Association.
policy, health, social care, education, support