Collaboration at the LTV faculty

Last changed: 11 April 2024
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The Unit for Collaboration and Development is the collaboration-supporting resource of the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Plant Production Science (LTV faculty) . Within the unit, in addition to alumni activities and continuing education, there are activities such as Partnership Alnarp, Movium and SLU Urban Futures.

The Unit for Collaboration and Development works with research and education collaborations, funding, advanced degree programmes and international matters. Support for innovation is offered through SLU Holding’s innovation office on campus. Read more about the Unit for Collaboration and Development.

SLU Partnership Alnarp is the hub of the faculty’s contacts with trade and industry and collaborations in agriculture and horticulture. Read more about Partnership Alnarp.

SLU Movium is SLU’s think tank on sustainable urban development and a national centre for exterior urban environments and offers advanced courses and advisory services and acts as a meeting-place for practitioners and researchers in the public environment field. Contact Movium by e-mail for more information, or visit Movium's website.

Plant Link is a research network focused on new or improved crops and food products, materials, pharmaceuticals and energy. Read more about Plant Link.

The Programme for Diversity of Cultivated Plants is a national initiative to better conserve and use our cultivated plants. Read more about the Programme for Diversity of Cultivated Plants (POM).


Håkan Schroeder, Head of Unit

Unit for Collaboration and Development
+46 40-41 51 33, +46 703-17 69 53