We’re absolutely thrilled to announce that this year’s KQ Conference will take place on Wednesday, 26 June 2019 at the British Library Knowledge Centre. The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Democratising Knowledge’. An open call to submit ideas and content is now open!
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Be paid to become a teacher and inspire the next generation by passing on your valuable trade knowledge, skills and expertise in Construction, Digital sciences, Childcare, Education and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Curriculum areas.
On 25 February, 2019, the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) marked 150 years of service to materials science, engineering and geology, recognising its history as the foremost authority in the worldwide materials and mining community.
National charity, The Reading Agency is looking for an enthusiastic project manager to deliver key aspects of its adult reading offer and its work with less confident readers during this exciting new phase.
Submissions are now open to be part of the Being Human festival, the UK’s only national festival geared towards celebrating humanities research. The theme of the 2019 festival is ‘Discoveries and Secrets’.
Our Breakfast meet-ups give Marketing professionals working across the Knowledge Quarter the chance to keep up-to-date with all that is happening in the area, as well as share tips and experience on what gets people through the door and engaging online.
Do you work in HR? Have a passion for improving diversity in the work place. Then get involved in our Diversity Roundtable series, a bi-annual meet-up of professionals working in the Knowledge Quarter at which you can openly discuss achievements and challenges and share best practice.
The Aga Khan Foundation UK is looking to hire a Digital Content and Communications Officer to engage audiences across the Aga Khan Development Network’s social media channels.
The Foundling Museum has acquired a painting of Isabella, Duchess of Manchester, one of Thomas Coram’s key female supporters in the establishment of the Foundling Hospital. This is a significant acquisition for the Museum, being the only portrait of a female supporter of the Foundling Hospital to hang permanently in the Museum’s Picture Gallery.
The British Library has received planning permission to open a temporary community garden in Somers Town, in partnership with Global Generation. The urban oasis arrives as a response to the community’s wishes for more green space, and is part of the British Library’s wider work with the local community.