Venue and Accommodation

The University of Manchester’s reputation for world-renowned scientific firsts began when Ernest Rutherford first split the atom. The spirit of discovery and innovation was continued with the invention of the world’s first stored-program computer and such daring projects as the Lovell Telescope at the Jodrell Bank Observatory.

The Manchester Institute of Biotechnology, at the University of Manchester, is a popular venue for national and international conferences with its choice of well-equipped lecture theatres and sizeable exhibition space, conveniently located in city centre Manchester, 5 minutes’ walk from Piccadilly Station and in close proximity to city centre hotels, numerous restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and other local places of interest.

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