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. With speakers, panels and workshops from science, technology, the media, politics, arts and culture, this conference provides a unique opportunity for Knowledge Quarter partners and friends to collaborate and educate, forging lasting connections to push towards a bright future for knowledge.
The 2019 programme includes:
- Keynote addresses including from British space scientist, science educator, UCL Honorary Research Associate and BBC Sky at Night presenter Maggie Aderin-Pocock, with further names to be announced.
- Panel discussions with participants including Guardian journalist Luke Harding; University of Oxford Professor of Theoretical Epidemiology, Dr Sunetra Gupta; and Tonya Nelson, Director of Arts Technology and Innovation, Arts Council England.
- KQ ‘Lightning Talks’ sessions with the British Library, Royal Veterinary College, Briffa, Royal College of Physicians and more, showcasing current examples of knowledge-sharing.
Join us at the British Library, in the heart of London’s Knowledge Quarter, to explore this through our panel-led sessions; Democratising Knowledge, Current Approaches to Sharing Knowledge: Tales from the KQ and The Future of Knowledge-Sharing as we look to ensure the future of Knowledge both at home and in an increasingly uncertain wider world.
Check out the full programme with a confirmed list of speakers on our conference website.
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