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17-20 SEPTEMBER 2019

Cambridge, UK

RNA epigenetics in human disease

St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, UK

St Catharine’s College was founded as Katherine Hall in 1473 by Robert Woodlark. Woodlark was Provost of King’s College, Cambridge, making St Catherine’s unique in being the only Oxbridge college founded by a serving head of another college. The college is notable for its open court as opposed to the typically favoured closed quadrangle.

In 2015, St Catharine’s became the first college in Cambridge to implement a gender-neutral dress code for formal hall. The college is moderately sized, consisting of approximately 70 fellows, 150 graduate students and 410 undergraduates.

As a conference or meeting venue, St Catharine’s offers state-of-the-art facilities in an excellent central location.

Travel

From London Stansted Airport

Stansted airport is 30 miles, approximately a 45 minute drive to St Catharine’s College, the conference venue. Exit the airport and head down the M11 northbound towards Cambridge. Exit at junction 12 and follow signs from the city centre.

From Heathrow Airport

Heathrow airport is 70 miles away, approximately a 2 hour drive to St Catharine’s College, the conference venue. Join the M4 towards  the M25 and exit onto the M25 towards Watford. Exit at Junction 27 for M11. Take northbound M11 towards Cambridge and exit at junction 12. Turn right at the roundabout and follow signs for the city centre.

From Gatwick Airport

Gatwick airport is 95 miles away, approximately a 2 hour drive to St Catharine’s College, the conference venue. Join the M23 northbound towards London and join the M25 towards Dartford and pass through the tunnel (please note a toll will have to be paid). Exit at junction 27 and take the M11 towards Cambridge. Exit at junction 2 and follow signs towards the city centre.

From Cambridge railway station by foot

To find information on train timetables serving Cambridge, please see the Trainline website. St Catharine’s College, the conference venue is 1.3 miles, a 30 minute walk from Cambridge railway station. The Cambridge City Council also maintains rail information.

From Cambridge railway station by bus

Citi 1, 3 or 7 bus from the station to Emmanuel street. The conference venue is then a 2 minute walk from this bus stop. There is also a Park and Ride service available from the railway station to Drummer Street. This bus stop is approximately a 4 minute walk from the conference venue.

From the M11, take either Junction 11 or 12 and follow into Cambridge city centre. Follow the city signs for public parking. We regret that parking is not available at St Catharine’s (except for loading and unloading, and other special circumstances). There are maps posted around the city which will help you find your way back to the college once you park. For more information on parking, see the parking in Cambridge website.

About Cambridge

About Cambridge

Cambridge is a university city in the east of England, situated on the river Cam. Since 1209, Cambridge has been home to the prestigious University of Cambridge. The quaint city is full of history, university colleges include Trinity College which was founded by Henry VIII, and King’s College which is famous for its choir and gothic chapel.

Cambridge is a hub for biotech. It is part of the “Golden Triangle” (London, Oxford, Cambridge) and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus is one of the largest biomedical research clusters in the world.

Whether it is punting on the Cam, visiting a museum, or having a picnic in the park, Cambridge has something on offer for everyone.

Places to visit
  • River Cam
  • Mathematical Bridge, Cambridge, CB3 9ET
  • Cambridge University Botanic Garden, 1 Brookside, Cambridge, CB2 1JE
  • The Backs, Queen’s Road, Cambridge CB3 9AH
  • Ely Cathedral, Chapter House, The College, Ely, CB7 4DL
Museums
  • Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1RB
  • Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Cambridge, CB22 4QR
  • Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge, Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3DZ
  • Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge, Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3DZ
  • Whipple Museum of the History of Science, Free School Lane, Cambridge, CB2 3RH

Please see the Visit Cambridge website for more information on what to do during your stay in the city.

Restaurants

Smokeworks Ltd

(BBQ ribs & chicken)
0.2 miles from conference venue
2 Free School Lane, Cambridge, CB2 3QA
Tel: 07534 555644
Opening hours: 11:45 – 22:30 (Mon to Thurs), 11:45 – 23:00 (Fri to Sat), 11:45 – 21.30 (Sun)

Carluccio’s

(Italian)
0.2 miles from conference venue
1 Fisher Square, Grand Arcade, Cambridge, CB2 3QF
Tel: 01223 307046
Opening hours: 08:00 – 23:00 (Mon to Fri), 09:00 – 23:00 (Sat), 09:00 – 22:30 (Sun)

Jamie’s Italian Cambridge

(Italian)
0.2 miles from conference venue
The Old Library, 2 Wheeler Street, Cambridge, CB2 3QJ
Tel: 01223 654094
Opening hours: 12:00 – 23:00 (Mon – Sat), 12:00 – 22:00 (Sun)

YO! Sushi

(Japanese)
0.2 miles from conference venue
Lion Yard, St Tibb’s Row, Cambridge, CB2 3NE
Tel: 01223 633350
Opening hours: 11:30 – 22:00 (Mon to Sat), 11:30 – 21:00 (Sun)

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