Conference centre to open on Babraham Research Campus, Cambridge

The new Cambridge Building conference facility will open for business at the heart of the life sciences hub in January 2017.

The new Cambridge Building will open in January 2017
The new Cambridge Building will open in January 2017

The Cambridge Building on the Babraham Research Campus, which supports bioscience enterprise, will include a 200-seat lecture theatre, additional meetings spaces, a restaurant, a cafe and a bar. 


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Derek Jones, chief executive of Babraham Bioscience Technologies, the company which manages and develops the campus, said: "We are delighted to have a modern world-class facility here at Babraham that will become the social heart of the campus. The ability for both the academic and commercial community of the campus and beyond to have the capability to hold conferences and meetings is an important new feature of the site. 

"The Cambridge Building will support campus activities and we’d also welcome interest from potential users from outside the campus."


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