Charlotte Glass is a consultant working with Technopolis across innovation and science policy. Based in Brighton, Charlotte has been involved in delivering a number of research, evaluations and impact projects, applying a range of qualitative tools, including conducting interviews, literature reviews, case studies and desk research.
Charlotte is currently contributing to evaluations of the SLA Programme and the National Space Technology Programme. Charlotte is also supporting the socio-economic impact study of Diamond Light Source. Other recent projects include providing analytical support for the UK Science and Innovation Audits (SIAs) for the UK Department of Business, Energy and Industrial strategy, and generating case studies of Advanced Manufacturing Districts, examples of the role of EU funding in UK research and Innovation, and the Review of the UK’s EEN Connect Activities.
Prior to joining Technopolis, Charlotte completed her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science and her Masters in Science and Technology Policy, at the University of Sussex, UK.