We are delighted to announce that we will be joining forces with British Land (Regents Place) and KQ partner Produce UK to produce our third Festival of Knowledge on Fri 5th and Sat 6th October 2018 at Regent’s Place. All Knowledge Quarter partners are invited to submit proposals for any of the festival programmes.
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National charity The Reading Agency is looking for new trustees who support its aims to make reading accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds.
Camden Tour Guides Association are now accepting applications for their 2018/19 course which runs on Wednesday evenings from September to May with additional Saturday practical sessions.
Learn guiding skills complemented with knowledge about the history, architecture, people and tourist attractions in the borough.
Mission 2 applications: Less than 3 weeks to go! Zinc’s next programme starts on October 1st and the closing date for applications is July 9th.
Camden Tour Guides present ‘Five places around Kings Cross to eat your packed lunch’
Grab your sandwich or lunchbox and head on to one of these five green spaces around Kings Cross to sit and enjoy.
All within a 15 min walk from the British Library (some are closer)
The Knowledge Quarter (KQ) welcomes a further five organisations as partners, bringing together over 85 cultural, research, scientific, business and academic institutions both large and small under one umbrella. The KQ is delighted to welcome Camden Spark, in2scienceUK, Humanists UK, the Aga Khan Foundation UK and New London Architecture.
The Research Services Department of the British Library would like to hear from you as members of the Knowledge Quarter in helping us shape and influence future services. They have interesting developments concerning Open Access content, Datasets, Repository applications and training to name a few. They welcome your thoughts and ideas about these as well as other areas that would be important to you.
Oriana White, from Tufnell Park, has been announced as Festival of Learning’s 2018 Highly Commended Outstanding Individual Learner, for her exceptional achievements in adult learning. This award recognises those individuals who, through learning, have transformed their own lives and the lives of their families, friends, their communities, and the places they work.
Its exciting times in Institute of Physic’s science and innovation unit. They are making a significant investment in their physics landscape big data work and as part of that are recruiting a Programme Manager, Data Insights Manager and a Data Analyst. They are also looking to recruit a Programme Manager to evolve their awards programme and member networks in academia and business.
April 3 – 5 there will be a conference in Matera, Italy inviting contributions on the theme of business models in the arts and cultural sector. This call for papers and contributions welcomes submission of abstracts around the theme of business models,