An audience at the Royal Opera House (ROH) saw how knowledge of the biomechanics of dance can reduce the risk of injury to ballet dancers and help them to enhance their performance, in a special evening organised jointly by the ROH and the IOP.
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A brand new community space for people living in Somers Town has opened within the Francis Crick Institute. The St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre will help to improve health and wellbeing locally by offering a range of services that have been developed with Somers Town residents and which complement successful services already on offer in the area.
The KQ Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Noshin Sultan as the Knowledge Quarter Operations and Content Coordinator. Noshin joins the Knowledge Quarter from Creativeworks London (Queen Mary University of London) where she worked as Communications and Administration Officer.
Baroness Patricia Scotland who, in 2015, became the first British citizen to be elected secretary-general of the Commonwealth in its 66-year history, is heading a line-up of speakers at a special conference designed to examine the increasing hostility to press freedom and journalistic independence across the 52-nation group.
The Human Genome Project was an extraordinary leap forward for science. Completed in 2003, it took 13 years and around £2.5 billion to sequence the first human genome. Since then, huge advances in technology mean that it is now possible to sequence a human genome in just days at a cost of well under £800.