The innoLAE 2017 conference dinner will be held on Tuesday 31st January 2017 at Downing College in Cambridge. A three-course meal with drinks will be served followed by tea and coffee. Transportation will be arranged to and from the conference centre.
You can book your dinner ticket at the same time as you register via our online sales system.
The ticket price is: £50 + VAT
Founded in 1800, through a bequest made by Sir George Downing 3rd Baronet, the Downing College Charter granted a perpetual college for students in ‘Law, physic and the other useful arts and learning’. Downing elected its first Fellow in 1808 and admitted its first undergraduate in 1817.
Known as the 'newest of the old and oldest of the new', the College was the 17th to be founded within the University of Cambridge, after a gap of 204 years, some 69 years before the founding of Girton College, which was the first women’s College in Cambridge. In 2013, Professor Geoffrey Grimmett, FRS, was installed as the College’s 17th Master. More about Downing's history.
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