Macular Carotenoids and AMD Conference

8th - 10th July 2015

Downing College, Cambridge University, UK

Things to do in Cambridge

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Things to do in Cambridge

A guided tour of Cambridge, the University and the Colleges is the best way to see Cambridge. Choose from daily public tours of Cambridge, Punting Tours, Bike Tours, Bus Tours, a chilling ghost tour, a private group tour of Cambridge, or guide yourself around with a podcast tour.

Punting

Punting is a must when you visit Cambridge! It provides the perfect opportunity to view buildings connected with the most historical colleges in Cambridge. Look out for the impressive King’s College Chapel, the Wren Library at Trinity College and The Bridge of Sighs at St John’s. Allow your chauffeur to punt, whilst you relax and enjoy this unique Cambridge Experience. can be hired from Silver Street, The Quayside & from the back of Trinity College. Discounted Tickets for chauffeured punt tours of the Cambridge ‘Backs’ can be purchased from the Tourist Information Centre at Peas Hill. These tours are run by Scudamore’s, whose punt station is located on Mill Lane

Sightseeing

CitySightseeing is the hop on, hop off tour bus that operates around Cambridge. A full tour takes approximately 1 hour & 20 minutes. Tickets for the tour are valid for 24 hours & can be purchased through the Tourist Information Centre. During the Summer Season (April 2010 - September 2010) tours run between 10am and 5pm. Tickets currently cost £13 for adults, £9 for students and seniors and £7 for children with a family ticket costing £32.

Walking

Cambridge City Council organise an official walking tour of Cambridge and you can book tickets on their website. Many of the University buildings, museums, churches, open spaces and amenities that Cambridge has to offer are located in the very heart of the city. Walking is therefore a realistic and enjoyable way to move around Cambridge.Walkit.com allows you to get a route map between any two points, including your journey time.

Cycling

Cambridge has a wealth of cycle hire shops many of which are located in the heart of the city. Why not take the opportunity to explore the many cycle routes and paths that both Cambridge & its surrounding area have to offer. Relax and enjoy the Cambridgeshire countryside at your own pace. Cycles can be hired from as little as £5 per day. A list of cycle hire shops can be collected from the Visitor Information Centre.

Shopping

Cambridge is a shopper’s paradise, with a huge array of independent shops and boutiques side by side with all the high street favourites that you would expect. There are two brand new shopping centres to explore stuffed full of designer goodies, as well as the traditional bustling stalls of the outdoor markets.

Conference Sponsors

Headline Sponsors

MacuHealth is a Michigan Base company focused on preserving vision health and vision performance by providing the only scientifically designed, tested and proven formulations with all three carotenoids found in the eye, (Lutein, Zeaxanthin and Meso-Zeaxanthin). Our sharp focus and commitment to “Trust The Science” is driven by our desire to help improving and preserving vision as well as preventing and managing Age-Related Macular Degeneration, the leading cause of vision loss in North America. Our products are distributed in Europe by MacuVision Europe under the brand MacuShield and in the rest of the world as MacuHealth with LMZ3™ (AMD, Night Vision and Glare) and ClearVision.PRO™ (for athletes, casual and professional and outdoors persons).

Industrial Orgánica (IOSA) is a worldwide company established since 1966, and is currently one of the leaders in providing the macular carotenoids from natural sources. IOSA are committed to research and innovation with the aim to produce compounds to promote health and wellbeing. IOSA are proud to be participating at the Macular Carotenoids 2015 research conference as the Headline Sponsor.

The third international Conference solely dedicated to the macular carotenoids - lutein, zeaxanthin and meso-zeaxanthin