The Knowledge Quarter (KQ) is pleased to announce the release of its first research report titled Unlocking Knowledge – Connections and Trust Within the Knowledge Quarter. This research project is a first step in exploring the value of multi-sector clusters like the KQ. Quantitative and qualitative research to understand the connections and trust formed from the KQ network was undertaken between May and October 2016.
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Careers Carousels involve students rotating in small groups around 20 volunteers, spending around 10 minutes with each volunteer. These events are a great way for students to gain confidence in talking to a wide variety of professionals, whilst broadening their awareness and knowledge on the range of careers relevant to their interests and aspirations.
Knowledge Quarter partner Institute of Physics are seeking a pro-active individual to take on the role of Groups & Awards Officer within the Science and Innovation department. This is an exciting role that enables the Institute’s special interest Groups to flourish, ensures good governance of Group activities, advises trustees and senior managers on procedural and constitutional issues and administers the Institute’s Awards.
To all KQ Camden organisations, help Camden spread the word that it is excited to be applying to be named London Borough of Culture by the GLA! Applications are submitted 1st December and the winning boroughs announced February 2018. Take to social media and support the bid using #Camdenis #mylocalculture
Holy Trinity in Sunderland is collapsing. It is one of just two Grade I early Georgian churches surviving in the northeast of England. It has been on the Heritage at Risk register for several years and has been nominated as one of the ‘7 Most Endangered’ buildings in Europe. This church marks an important development in the history of Sunderland, which by the 1700s, was a vibrant and prosperous portal town. In particular, it was notable for its sea coal trade with France and the Netherlands.
The Knowledge Quarter, a partnership of over 85 academic, cultural, research, scientific and media organisations within a one-mile radius comprising of King’s Cross, Bloomsbury and Euston, is marking its third anniversary with a one-day Conference of talks and workshops on the future of Knowledge in an age of untruth.
Wellcome is looking for a KQ collaborator for an innovative pilot project that aims to influence how much meat people choose to eat. Livestock production is a large contributor to potent greenhouse gases. Diets high in animal products are also associated with an increased risk of non-communicable diseases. The project team will work together to make a positive shift in reducing meat consumption.
Knowledge Quarter partner Impact Hub King’s Cross is expanding its core team, following a series of successful years, and is looking for an energetic and highly motivated Evening Space & Event Host to join the team. This is a great opportunity for someone passionate about helping build communities of social entrepreneurs and who ideally has a background in hospitality.
Warwick in London, one of the newest Knowledge Quarter (KQ) partners is delighted to offer some fantastic discounts to KQ partners on their latest Executive Education courses: Forecasting with the National Institute of Economic and Social Research and Foresight on Africa.
A large-scale painting by Sir Michael Craig-Martin, RA and a sculpture by Yinka Shonibare MBE, RA have been acquired by the Foundling Museum, thanks to grants from Art Fund and the Arts Council England/V&A Purchase Fund Grant, and other supporters.