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Positive Disruption and Societal Impact

25th October 2015 · 4:00pm - 5:00pm

In person | Virtual event

 Positive Disruption and Societal Impact

Join an expert panel of Knowledge Quarter Partners to discuss and debate the societal impact of disruption across science, medicine, arts, culture and technology. This debate will explore the challenges and opportunities of disruption and the positive impact it can have on our everyday lives.

Sarah Stein Lubrano, Researcher and Writer at the School of Life

Digital: Paula Graham-Gazzard, Director, Fossbox CIC
Medicine: Professor Jim Smith, Director of Research at the Francis Crick Institute, Deputy CEO and Chief of Strategy of the Medical Research Council
Arts: Dr Jamie Brassett, Subject Leader & Course Leader, MA Innovation Management, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London
Societal: Domino Pateman, Festival Programmer at Southbank Centre

This event is one of many taking place across the four-day Bloomsbury Festival.

Tickets: free but pre-booking is recommended.

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