The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to invite staff from Knowledge Quarter organisations to the next in our series of private breakfast views. It will be on this occasion hosted at the British Museum.
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The KQ is delighted to invite staff and friends from Knowledge Quarter organisations to the next in our series of private tours and views. It will be hosted at the London Metropolitan Archives.
The IOM3 Younger Members’ Committee (YMC) celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2017 and is commissioning an art piece to commemorate the occasion.
Negotiations are ubiquitous. As individuals we negotiate on a daily basis whether we are making decisions with friends and family or sealing a professional deal at work. Negotiations can range from the seemingly trivial to the very serious.
The Knowledge Quarter is launching the Knowledge Bank; an online platform which allows you to exchange expertise with individuals from over 80 knowledge-based organisations all within a one-mile radius of King’s Cross.
Students of existential philosophy will be familiar with Jean-Paul Sartre’s pronouncement that “existence precedes essence”: you can’t reduce the infinitely complex, unique qualities of an individual (a human existence) to some crude stereotype, like the “white van man” of our popular journalism.
The Knowledge Quarter would like to invite you to a unique festival networking event, where you can begin to make connections with a whole host of organisations across Camden and Islington.
The Aga Khan University’s Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations is delighted to announce its upcoming event ‘What does it mean to be young and Muslim today?’. The speaker, Shelina Janmohamed, is an award-winning author and leading voice on Muslim youth.
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.
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.