This includes e.g. energy systems, remote sensing and environmental management.
SLU Water Forum
Water is essential to life. At SLU more than 400 researchers and experts work with water-related issues, from source to sea. Our knowledge contributes to achieving the global sustainable development
SLU Water Forum sends out newsletters twice a year. Below you will find our previous letters. The first one came in the autumn 2020. SLU Water Forum newsletter spring 2023 . During the spring a lot
Videos about water
At SLU, we conduct research on water in forest, agricultural and urban landscapes, drinking water, reuse and cycling of water, aquatic and fish ecology in lakes, watercourses and seas, bio economy,
Contact a researcher
Do you want to get in touch with a researcher? Do you have a question about water and fish? We hope you will find the right person to ask below. SLU Departments Several of SLU’s departments have
Research at SLU develops knowledge about the biological natural resources and man’s management and sustainable use of them. Water is an integrated and important part of this work and SLU has
Department of Biosystems and Technology
At the Department of Biosystems and Technology we explore interactions between soil, plants, animals, environment, climate and humans in systems for sustainable production of food and renewable raw
Interested in the Baltic Sea? Discover all about it at the Baltic Sea Science Center (BSSC) at Skansen, Stockholm, or join our digital events. SLU proudly contributes to the content of the
Interested in knowing more about how SLU contributes to the Baltic Sea Science Center (BSSC)? Please get in touch with any of the persons listed below. Experts in "Kunskapsrådet" for BSSC at SLU The
Webinar: How can we quantify climate effects of fast-growing broadleaf trees?
email@example.com Trees For Me, the national centre of excellence focused on fast-growing broadleaf trees, invites you to a webinar on how fast-growing broadleaf trees and its products affect
Biochar is the carbon rich material produced from biomass which has large potential to provide negative greenhouse gas emissions as a stable carbon stock in soil, alongside other climate and
We explore the technology and systems needed to achieve a sustainable agricultural sector, a condition for a sustainable society. Our research is conducted at system as well as detail level.
The Department of Energy and Technology offers undergraduate courses at bachelor's and master's level. We also conduct doctoral education. Click on the links below to get more information.