Kate Harland

Kate’s role includes synthesizing and communicating scientific evidence to inform the public and policy-makers on a broad range of topical issues.

With experience of co-ordinating diverse stakeholders and working at the interface between public and private sector in the UK and across Europe, Kate brings to the office practical experience of translating research and development to the marketplace including: developing national policy, analysing routes to market for new technology, and developing and managing international field trials (in energy and new vehicle technology).

Kate graduated from Cambridge University, UK with a 1st class masters degree in Geophysics, and undergraduate degree in Physical Sciences. She has a strong interest in New Zealand’s geology and seismic and geothermal activity.

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