In case you missed it: KQ Private Views 2021

Virtual events are here to stay. Here is a round up of some of the brilliant Virtual Private Views we have hosted with KQ Partners over 2021, in case you missed them!

Climate Action around the KQ

A round up of climate and sustainability events happening in and around the KQ area. These Knowledge Quarter events are the first in a new series of masterclasses, workshops and discussion panels, that we are calling Getting to Net Zero. The series is the backbone of our aspiration to become a net-zero carbon emissions innovation district by 2030.

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. 

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.

Close the deal: The art and science of successful negotiation

Negotiations are ubiquitous. As individuals we negotiate on a daily basis whether we are making decisions with friends and family or sealing a professional deal at work. Negotiations can range from the seemingly trivial to the very serious.


The Aga Khan University’s Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations is delighted to announce its upcoming event 'What does it mean to be young and Muslim today?'. The speaker, Shelina Janmohamed, is an award-winning author and leading voice on Muslim youth.

The Commonwealth and challenges to media freedom

Baroness Patricia Scotland who, in 2015, became the first British citizen to be elected secretary-general of the Commonwealth in its 66-year history, is heading a line-up of speakers at a special conference designed to examine the increasing hostility to press freedom and journalistic independence across the 52-nation group.

Cracking the DNA code: can human genome sequencing help save lives in the NHS? With Dr Richard Scott

The Human Genome Project was an extraordinary leap forward for science. Completed in 2003, it took 13 years and around £2.5 billion to sequence the first human genome. Since then, huge advances in technology mean that it is now possible to sequence a human genome in just days at a cost of well under £800.

Invitation to Participate in the Camden Open Data Challenge

Do you have what it takes to turn Camden's open data into an innovative website or app? Are you passionate about making a difference to our local communities? If the answer is yes, then join Camden's Open Data Challenge.