Our Laboratory is located in Bloomsbury, in the heart of London.
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Arriving by Tube
The nearest tube stations are:
Goodge Street on the Northern line (4 min):
Turn left out of the station and walk northbound up Tottenham Court Road. Cross over the road at the traffic light and turn right onto Torrington Place, by Barclays Bank. Walk along Torrington Place, crossing Huntley St, Chenies St and Gower St. The Roberts building is on your left hand side across the street from the Waterstone’s bookshop.
Euston Square on the H’Smith & City , Circle and Metropolitan lines (4 min):
Walk southbound down Gower St from Euston Square station, walking past the main UCL gates. Turn left onto Torrington Place. The Roberts building is on your left hand side across the street from Waterstone’s bookshop.
Euston (railway station) on the Northern , Victoria and main-lines (5 min):
Walk through the Euston station forecourt to Euston Road. Turn left down Euston Road until you get to Euston Square station. Go under the subway at Euston Square station which will take you to the Gower St entrance. Follow the directions from Euston Square (above).
Russell Square on the Piccadilly line (6 min):
Turn left from Russell Square station along Bernard St. Cross Bernard St and Woburn Place at the traffic lights. With the Post Office on your left, go straight on along the side of Russell Square. At the end of the road, turn right into Thornhaugh St, and then immediately left. Walk through the University of London SOAS buildings to Malet St. Turn right and walk down Malet St until you get to Torrington Place. The Roberts building will be in front of you, opposite the Waterstone’s bookshop.
Warren Street on the Victoria and Northern lines (6 min):
Walk southbound down Tottenham Court Road from Warren Street station. Turn left onto Grafton Way (by PC World). Turn left onto Gower St, cross over the road and walk past the main UCL gates. Continue down Gower St and turn left onto Torrington Place. The Roberts building is on your left hand side across the street from Waterstone’s bookshop.