All venues for the Nitric Oxide Society conference are within a short walk of each other, situated to the North of the city centre.
(B&B accommodation and dinner)
Oxford Colleges offer a quintessential “Oxford” experience to delegates who wish to book bed, breakfast and evening meals.
Staying in an historic Oxford college is a unique opportunity. Delegates will walk in the footsteps of Gandhi, Bill Clinton and the 25 British Prime Ministers who have passed through Oxford’s colleges. Breakfast and dinner are served in the college Hall. Delegates may wander through the college’s gardens, parks and quadrangles or take a punt along the river followed by a drink in the college bar. Delegates will enjoy bed breakfast and evening meals in Keble college for the duration of the conference. This is included in an ‘all inclusive’ fee for the conference that includes bed, breakfast, evening meals (Mon and Tues), and also the gala dinner (Wed). This Gala dinner would be in the main dining hall at Keble college and would include a premium menu, drinks, and hosting that would ensure a memorable evening for everyone.
(meeting, exhibition, posters + daytime catering)
University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
The mathematical Institute has the largest purpose-built lecture theatres and conference facilities in Oxford, providing the perfect venue for international conferences and events.
Wifi is available throughout the building.
Oxford University Museum of Natural History,
Oxford, OX1 3PW
A stunning Victorian neo-gothic building, built in 1860 as a museum and research area. The University’s world class Natural History collections are housed beneath the spectacular and highly decorative ironwork roof, surrounded by elaborate stonework and sculptures. This unique venue offers the perfect location for our drinks reception and is situated across the road from Keble College.