Charlotte Connelly is the Curator of the Polar Museum at the Scott Polar Research Institute (University of Cambridge). She is a historian of science and technology and has specialised in working with different audiences to co-curate museum displays. Since joining the Polar Museum in 2015, Charlotte has worked with volunteers and students to produce an exhibition about Antarctic science in the 1950s, which led to the Antarctic treaty which continues to preserve Antarctica for peace and science today; and led the Climate Hack project which saw teams of makers build prototype exhibits in four Cambridge museums over the course of a weekend.