About Cambridge

Cambridge is in an excellent, central location with great access; 45 minutes from London King’s Cross train station, adjacent to St Pancras International, and just 30 minutes from Stansted Airport by train and several other international airports. The city is compact and easy to get around on foot with great connections to the wider region.

With over 800 years of history, you can tread in the steps of famed alumni – from Isaac Newton and Rosalind Franklin to Charles Darwin. Jocelyn Bell Burnell and Stephen Hawking; William Wordsworth, Sylvia Plath and Samuel Pepys. In more recent times, Stephen Fry, Emma Thompson, Zadie Smith and Prince Charles.

Cambridge is at the centre of Europe's leading bioscience and healthcare cluster, offering event organisers a wealth of opportunity to tap into expertise and research. With particular strengths in pharma and med tech, as well as both clinical and technical life science services, the region is a magnet for scientists, researchers and organisations wishing to collaborate and contribute to the global success of the UK in these fields.

The Cambridge Biomedical Campus is at the heart of Cambridge's biotechnology and healthcare cluster. Dating back to 1962, the Campus is currently undergoing a major expansion which will see it become one of the world's leading biomedical centres.

A number of world-class science parks are located on the outskirts of the city including the Cambridge Science Park, Babraham Institute, the Wellcome Genome Campus and St John's Innovation Centre.

Over 339 of the world's leading biomedical and healthcare companies have made Cambridge their home, attracted by the thriving, knowledge intensive community of scientists, researchers and healthcare professionals.

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