About The Conference

In 2010 the Society of Glass Technology will hold its annual conference in Cambridge – home to one of the world’s most famous seats of learning. The conference will be held at Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge.

The three threads of science, art and technology will be covered: science will cover key themes from novel materials and fabrication routes to structure and properties; technology will include areas such as the environment, fuel usage, modelling and glass applications; and art and history will make reference to the long traditions of stained glass in the colleges and religious buildings of Cambridge.

There will also be a New Researchers Forum and a Workshop on Experimental Techniques.
The social programme for participants and accompanying persons will include a Wednesday evening reception and Thursday Conference Banquet. University accommodation is available. Booking can be done via this website.

This website covers all aspects of the conference, including information on Cambridge and places to visit in the surrounding area. This may be useful if you intend to bring partners or even if you wish to extend your stay.

Cambridge located 50 miles (80 km) from London, its blessed with very good rail services and road communication links, easily accessible, whether traveling by car, or by public transport. For information on this please visit how to get to Cambridge