The NJ Faculty's research schools
The NJ Faculty runs six research schools which are part of the NJ Faculty’s strategic research investments between the years of 2013-2016. See the NL-faculty research schools' joint report 2011.
Apply for courses given by the research schools
The NJ Faculty's Thematic Research Programmes
The NJ Faculty and the industry provide research of the highest scientific quality and of benefit of society, through jointly financed and ambitious theme research programmes.
We have five programmes concerning food, bioenergy, soil mapping, environmental effects of stump harvest and biomass production of Salix:
The faculty has initiated a guest researcher programme in 2011, with the aim of promoting exciting and imortant research collaborations. This is made possible by using the profit from the August TLarsson foudation to invite guest researchers from all over the world to enrich and be enriched by the activities at the faculty and SLU. For more information, see the programme web page.
Soil-Water-Environment Center and Uppsala BioCenter
Two new buildings was completed during 2011. The new functional and attractive premises assembles a major part of our research activities. The design of the buildings stimulates meetings and interactions. Sophisticated equipment is available to all scientists of the NJ Faculty, which strengthens the research environment of the entire faculty.
Read more about the investments Uppsala BioCenter and the Soil-Water-Environment Center here.