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12th Conference on Fast Field Cycling NMR Relaxometry



The conference will be held in Buckingham House at Murray Edwards College. Murray Edwards (formerly New Hall) is one of the 31 colleges of the University of Cambridge. The College was founded in 1954 to address the under representation of female students at the University, and remains a women-only college to this date. Situated a 15 minute walk from the city centre, Murray Edwards boasts beautiful grounds and a range of modern architecture with many examples of 60s architecture and Brutalism.

Further information about Murray Edwards can be found at the links in the sidebar.




Murray Edwards College,
Huntingdon Road,



From abroad

The closest airport is London Stansted, which is 30 miles from Cambridge. Direct trains from Stansted airport to Cambridge run throughout the day and take as little as 31 minutes. Other major airports include Luton, Heathrow, and Gatwick, all of which are connected to Cambridge via train services.

Eurostar services run to London St Pancras station, with onward trains available to Cambridge. St Pancras station is connected to London King's Cross, which runs regular direct train services to Cambridge taking 48 minutes.


From the train station

A number of busses depart directly from the train station and will drop you off near Murray Edwards:

  • The Busway route A, get off at "Histon Road Corner" for a 3 min walk
  • The Universal (U), get off at "Madingley Road" for a 12 min walk

Alternatively, Murray Edwards is a 13 min taxi ride from the station.


By car

  • From the M11, take junction 13 onto the A1303 towards the City Centre.
  • From the A14, take junction 31 onto the A1307 towards the City Centre.

If travelling by car, visitors should park in the car park at the rear of the College, off Storey’s Way. Parking spaces are on a first come, first served basis.