Crick Abseil 2018

Cancer Research UK's Crick abseil is back for a second year - bigger and better, spread over two days and aiming to double the incredible £46k raised last year. Sign up today to enjoy a discounted Early Bird offer of £20 as well as receiving a free t-shirt, simply for signing up. Early Bird entries are limited so to guarantee this discounted price and free t-shirt, sign up today before it's too late.

Recovery College seeks new board members

The C&I Recovery College is an educational establishment providing training courses around health & wellbeing. The Recovery College Board took over from the College advisory steering group which was formed prior to the opening of the college in September 2014. This year, three board members have come to the end of their elected term, so they are looking to elect three new members to these positions.

The #ARTCONNECTS Festival of Creative Schools, Work and Lives

A national three day festival for All Artists be they Parents, Teachers, Creatives, Students or Business People. Celebrating the power of Creativity, Technology and People to Inspire Children, Innovate Business and Engage Community. A collaboration with venues and organisations across King's Cross including Havas, The RSA, SSAT, The Creative Industries Federation, The Guardian, TES, NetMums, Drum and Knowledge Quarter partners Camden Council, Google, The British Library and Regent High School.

Ideas Hub @ Wellcome Collection Opportunity

Ideas Hub is a free week-long programme of activities and workshops exploring the links between science, medicine, life and art. Here, you’ll join people from all sorts of backgrounds for creative exercises, project work, and talks with a diverse range of experts. Ideas Hub will give you a unique opportunity to reimagine what your future could hold. It will take place in The Hub at Wellcome Collection from 3 - 7 September 2018.

We're recruiting for an Operations and Marketing Intern!

Come work for the Knowledge Quarter. We're recruiting for an Operations and Marketing Intern to support our growing events programme.

Gift a National Art Pass with this discount offer

Give your special someone free entry to over 240 museums, galleries and historic houses across the UK as well as well as 50% off major exhibitions with the National Art Pass. Simply use code KINGSCROSS30 at checkout to save 30% off a gift National Art Pass. From art aficionados to the culturally curious a National Art Pass offers Christmas-joy all year.

Volunteer opportunities at our upcoming conference!

The Knowledge Quarter is looking for volunteers for our upcoming conference ‘The Future of Knowledge’ which is taking place on Monday 12 February at the British Museum. The Future of Knowledge is a one-day Conference of talks and workshops on the future of Knowledge in an age of untruth. A diverse range of speakers from across the fields of politics, media, philosophy and academia will convene for one inspiring and provocative day of keynote talks, discussion groups and workshops, looking at Knowledge in all its forms.

Pan Macmillan KQ Book Club - Take the Questionnaire!

Pan Macmillan are excited to announce plans for a local Book Club in collaboration with the Knowledge Quarter! It will be a fantastic way to meet, network - and as anyone who has been in a Book Club previously already knows - have a lot of fun.  Books don't just provide a sanctuary to be enjoyed in solitude, they are also an important way of bringing people together.

Careers Carousel - Volunteer Opportunity

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.

Wellcome is looking for a KQ partner to collaborate on their new pilot project

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.