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Contact

  • Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge University, Bateman Street, Cambridge, CB2 1LR
  • Reception: 01223 761100
  • General Enquiries: enquiries@slcu.cam.ac.uk

Please see our staff directory page for individual email addresses.

Finding us:

The Sainsbury Laboratory entrance is on Bateman Street, which is one-way. The turning (shown below) is just before the streets fifth bollard at number 47. Turn into this short track and up to the black entrance gate where you may use the intercom to speak to reception or security.

Train: walking from the station

The Sainsbury Laboratory is located only 1 km, or 0.6 of a mile, from Cambridge Station.

Head west along Station Rd | Turn right at Hills Road (A1307) | Turn left at Bateman Street | Turn left at entrance {#47, before 5th bollard} | Intercom reception or security

The Sainsbury Laboratory is on the right at the end of the drive.

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Other: cycle/bus/car

  • CYCLE
    As Cambridge is famous for the number of bicycle users it has the Sainsbury Laboratory has ensured a large area of cycle storage* is available. A guide to the routes and ease of access has been made available by Cambridgeshire Council.
  • BUS
    There are numerous bus services passing or terminating around Bateman Street, details of all these services can be obtained from the Cambridgeshire Bus Info website.
  • CAR
    The easiest way to travel access Cambridge by car is to utilise the Park '&' Ride. Alternatively there is local metered parking.

* Please note that the Sainsbury Laboratory takes no responsibility for loss or damage to vehicles &/or property left on or around its premises.

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