We are delighted to host the OBIC meeting in the Oxford Examinations Schools which is a “jewel at the heart of the historic city of Oxford”. It is a magnificent grade 2* listed Victorian building designed by Sir Thomas Jackson and one of the largest buildings owned by the University of Oxford. Many of the final and other examinations for the University’s students take place in this building. It also provides a major lecturing facility for the University and it is used as a meeting and conference venue outside term time. It is the perfect venue for the OBIC conference.
The Examination Schools is located in the centre of Oxford, only a 15 minute walk from the train station, with many bus routes stopping right at the door, parking close by and many top quality hotels. Please see http://www.venues.ox.ac.uk/ for more details.
The Oxford University Museum of Natural History houses the University’s scientific collections of zoological, entomological and geological specimens. The Museum itself is a Grade 1 listed building, renowned for its spectacular neo-Gothic architecture. Among its most famous features are the Oxfordshire dinosaurs, the dodo, and the swifts in the tower.
For more information see www.oum.ox.ac.uk
Located in the heart of Oxford, Lincoln is a compact and friendly college, with excellent cultural and sporting facilities and a famously good kitchen.
See www.lincoln.ox.ac.uk for more details
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Exeter College is the fourth oldest constituent college in the University of Oxford. It is located in the heart of Oxford, next to the world famous Bodleian Library. The Dining Hall dates back to 1618 and is without doubt one of the most attractive in the University. It provides a historic setting for the OBIC dinner and an extremely enjoyable evening for all. See http://www.exeter.ox.ac.uk/ for more details.
The Pitt Rivers Museum cares for the University of Oxford’s collection of anthropology and world archaeology. It is one of Oxford’s most popular attractions, famous for its period atmosphere and outstanding collections from many cultures around the world, past and present. See http://www.prm.ox.ac.uk/ for more details of this wonderful venue for the drinks reception