Energy Storage - Small Solutions to Big Problems

The Café Nano series, from the Knowledge Quarter' partner IOM3, returns on 24th February, with an energy theme. Professor Peter Bruce, FRS Department of Materials, University of Oxford will present Energy Storage - Small Solutions to Big Problems, followed by networking drinks in the newly renovated venue at 297 Euston Road.

The Academic Book in the South

Knowledge Quarter's partner, the British Library, presents the two day conference ‘The Academic Book in the South’ on 7th and 8th March 2016. Speakers will address the production, dissemination, reading and reception of the academic book with specific focus on Africa, the Middle East and South Asia.

Creative workshops with Vincent Dance Theatre

Internationally acclaimed performance company Vincent Dance Theatre is offering free Creative Workshops at The Place to young people and adults to gather stories for a new production, VIRGIN TERRITORY.

The Fawcett Lecture: In conversation with Dame Jenni Murray DBE

In occasion of this year Facwett Lecture – a lecture dedicated to the historical change in the social position of women - author and broadcaster Jenni Murray, who has presented Woman’s Hour for more than 28 years and lived through the evolution of feminism during the second half of the 20th century, will give her contribution in discussing women, then and now.

Threads: Rethinking Fashion

Knowledge Quarter's partner, Impact Hub King's Cross, will launch a series of events on sustainability in the textile and fashion industry. The series of events entitled 'Threads: Rethinking Fashion' will explore the different aspects of the industry's supply chain; starting with the event 'From fibres to fabrics: Sustainable sourcing practices to procure raw materials'.

Arts Catalyst launches Centre for Art, Science & Technology

Arts Catalyst opens a Centre for Art, Science and Technology in London’s King’s Cross. The centre will provide a space for artists and scientists to experiment and create new projects. For its opening exhibition Arts Catalyst presents Notes from the Field: Commoning Practices in Art and Science.

IP and Copyright

Knowledge Quarter partner, Briffa, would like to invite all KQ partners to a special panel event which discuss IP issues in the context of film, events and communications.

School of Life - KQ partner offer

The School of Life invites KQ partners to join psychologists, historians, broadcasters and writers as they take a philosophical look at the worlds of history and literature. To claim the 20% discount, simply use the promo code.

Sonica 2016 – sonic art for the visually minded

Sonica is a programme dedicated to world-class visual sonic arts, presenting emerging British talent alongside exceptional international artists.

Drawing on Childhood Exhibition

The Foundling Museum presents 'Drawing on Childhood' an exhibition that brings together the work of major illustrators from the eighteenth-century to the present day, who have created powerful images of characters in fiction who are orphaned, adopted, fostered or found.