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Europe’s membership association for cancer researchers

Nanotechnology in Cancer: Engineering for Oncology

Cambridge, UK : 12 - 14 September 2019

Venue Information & Directions

Churchill College

Churchill College is one of Cambridge's 31 colleges. Set in 42 acres of tranquil open parkland on the edge of the city's historic centre, the College offers delegates ample free parking and easy transport links. Facilities include a large lecture theatre with tiered seating, on-campus accommodation and free Wi-Fi in public areas.

Churchill College, University of Cambridge
Storey's Way
Cambridge CB3 0DS

How to reach the registration desk

Aim for the main college entrance off Storey's Way. Go straight past the Porter's Lodge and along the corridor, and the EACR desk will be on the left. It should be clearly signed, and you can ask the friendly college staff in case of any difficulties.

How to get to Churchill College

See the directions below or check the Churchill College website for more detailed information.

By air 
London Stansted
London Heathrow
London Gatwick
London Luton 
National Express Airport coaches connect to Cambridge from many UK airports, including Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. For further information visit the National Express website.

By rail
Cambridge railway station is situated 2 miles from Churchill College. Cambridge is a 50 minute direct train journey from both London King's Cross and London Liverpool Street stations. London King’s Cross is adjacent to London St. Pancras, where the Eurostar terminates.
There are regular trains to Cambridge from Stansted Airport, and the journey takes around 30 minutes.
For further information visit the National Rail website.

By car
Free parking is available at Churchill College. For detailed driving directions, please visit the venue website.
Gatwick, Heathrow and Luton airports are within two hours’ drive, and Stansted is just a 40 minute journey.

Further useful information can be found on the Cambridge Tourism website.

A view of the college grounds, showing the Barbara Hepworth sculpture.


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