The Sir Alexander Fleming Building is home to some of our most coveted venues on campus. With large lecture theatres, flexible seminar rooms and two foyer areas for up to 320 guests, this building is the perfect space to host stimulating summer schools, impactful conferences and thought-provoking training programmes.

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Uncover the significance of the Sir Alexander Fleming Building

  • The Sir Alexander Fleming Building was opened in 1998 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. It is now one of our main preclinical teaching sites.
  • The six-storey building contains a medical research facility with laboratories arranged around the perimeter of a central atrium.
  • The building is a forum for research, providing an open arena for academics to network, share knowledge and discuss new research.
  • The building was specifically designed to create the optimum environment for learning, working and researching. Many of its rooms are light-filled and overlook the Queen’s Lawn and Queen’s Tower.

 

  • Convenient locations
  • Inspiring surroundings
  • Dedicated specialists

Discover our spaces

Explore the classrooms and lecture theatres in the Sir Alexander Fleming Building.

How to find the Sir Alexander Fleming Building

You can reach the Sir Alexander Fleming Building from Exhibition Road via Imperial College Road. The building’s main entrance sits opposite the Queen’s Tower and Queen’s Lawn.

Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London, UK

Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London, UK

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