KQ Carbon Net Zero 2030

The Knowledge Quarter has launched a project with the ambitious aim of making it a carbon neutral innovation district by 2030. You can apply to join our Advisory Group, made up of experienced leaders and experts from within the membership, and help us meet our goal.

KQ Networks: Archiving Professionals

Our Network meet-ups give archiving and digitising 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 best practices and new processes.

Knowledge Quarter Diversity Roundtable

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.

Start-up Ecosystem Research

Calling all start-ups and key players in the start-up ecosystem. We need your help to gain insight into what it's like to start a business in the Knowledge Quarter. Surveys, workshops and interviews are on the agenda.

Thought Fest 2019: call for content

Thought Fest 2019 is coming to Regent's Place! The festival will bring together organisations, institutions and communities from across the Knowledge Quarter, giving curious minds a chance to explore new ways of thinking. Submit your ideas for inclusion in the 10-day programme here.

KQ 2019 Conference: Programme Announced

The Knowledge Quarter’s 2019 conference “The Future of Knowledge: Think Better. Think Together.” will explore real-world strategies for democratising, decolonising, demystifying and disseminating knowledge.

A woman and a doctor? Activism, medicine and the fight for equality

Should gender matter in the medical profession? Join the Royal College of Physicians museum for a special evening focused on the struggle for female medical equality in the 20th century.

Being Human Festival 2018

Being Human: a festival of the humanities returns 15–24 November 2018. Led by the School of Advanced Study, University of London, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the British Academy, Being Human is a national forum for public engagement with humanities research. The festival will highlight the ways in which the humanities can inspire and enrich our everyday lives. 

Community Champions: Youth

Our second Community Champions event is on the theme of Youth, covering Early Years, Primary and Secondary education, family and youth programmes. We are looking for local charities and community groups based within the Knowledge Quarter area or those that are developing projects with communities based in the Knowledge Quarter, that wish to showcase their work connected to the theme of youth at this event.

Mission 2 applications: Less than 3 weeks to go!

Mission 2 applications: Less than 3 weeks to go! Zinc's next programme starts on October 1st and the closing date for applications is July 9th.