The Cambridge Science Park, founded by Trinity College in 1970, is the oldest science park in the United Kingdom. It is a concentration of science and technology related businesses, and has strong links with the nearby University of Cambridge.
The science park is situated about 3 km to the north of Cambridge city centre, by junction 33 of the A14, in the parish of Milton, contiguous with Cambridge itself.
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... Cambridge Science Park railway station (or Chesterton railway station) is a proposed railway station that would be located in the Cambridge suburb of Chesterton, close to Cambridge Science Park ... at Chesterton Sidings on the Fen Line, which runs from Cambridge to King's Lynn ... Guided Busway, provide an interchange with Park Ride and for local Stagecoach bus services ...
... The main entrance of the Science Park The rear entrance The original Napp Pharmaceutical Group buildings New Napp Pharmaceutical Group buildings The Cambridge Consultants ...
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