Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s Ideas and Pioneers Fund supports people who have an idea with unusual promise to improve the life chances and opportunities of individuals and communities in the UK.
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Knowledge Quarter presents a series of three talks on the theme of positive disruption in Science and Medicine, in the Cultural and Creative Industries and its societal impact. As part of the Bloomsbury festival the talks will take place at the Knowledge Quarter partner, Conway Hall on Sunday 25th of October 2015.
Disruptive technologies are usually characterised by universal, versatile applications, which change many aspects of our life simultaneously, penetrating every corner of our existence. Does graphene have a chance to become the next disruptive technology?
On Friday 23rd October at 6pm there will be a reading of selections from Rimbaud’s Illuminations at the British Library outside within the Crossroads of Curiosity installation in the Poet’s Circle on the piazza.
On the 8th of October 2015 the Knowledge Quarter launched the book ‘Cities, Museums and Soft Power’ at the British Library. The event proved to be very successful arousing strong interest among knowledge Quarter partners and other cultural organisations.
Poet in the City presents an event exploring the Celtic legacy in contemporary poetry and celebrating a great oral tradition of poetry and performance at the British Museum.
Knowledge Quarter partner, The Francis Crick Institute, identifies ‘Accelerating Translation for Health and Wealth’ as one of the five key priorities of the institute overall strategy ‘Discovery without Boundaries’. Practicing this ambition has opened new fascinating fields for both academic research and scientific translators.
Knowledge Quarter partner, Bertha DocHouse is delighted to announce their new community initiative: 5 B 4 5 – great documentaries, any daytime screening, Monday to Thursday, £5 before 5pm!
The Growing Places Fund is used to support projects that are strategically important to London’s growth, where its impact can be recaptured, repaid after time, and reused to fund new projects in other parts of London. All bids should be submitted by 5pm on 21 October 2015.
Shape the Future is the collaborative project to develop the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals’ (CILIP) Strategic Plan for 2016-2020. The project consists of an open consultation that runs between the 25th September and the 16th December 2015.