Charlotte Glass is a Senior Consultant working with Technopolis across innovation and science policy. Based in the UK, Charlotte has contributed to a number of studies and evaluations in the area of science and innovation for both UK and European clients. This includes foresight studies into emerging technologies such as robotics and AI, evaluations of research institutes and research funding programmes, evaluations of innovation funding programmes and impact assessments of research infrastructure. She has successfully applying a range of methods, including interviews, literature reviews, case studies, desk research and surveys.
Recently Charlotte has contributed to evaluations of Industrial Strategy Challenge Funds, Royal Society fellowship programmes, and other UKRI and UK Space Agency innovation programmes as well as studies for BEIS, the Wellcome Trust and the Foreign Commonwealth Office. Across Europe, she has worked with the European Commission (DG EAC, DG RTD, DG JUST, DG GROW, EASME and EUROFUND) and in number of European countries.
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.