Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet


A well-developed research infrastructure is important for the development of research and innovations. At SLU, we categorize the infrastructure as follows:

  • Facilities
  • Data networks and biobanks
  • Instruments
  • Laboratories

Det finns 31 sidor som är taggade med Facilities:

Röbäcksdalen Research Station and Röbäcksdalens Research dairy farm

We carry out research and monitoring in a variety of areas such as agricultural science, ecology, climatology, phenology, geochemistry, biology, agroecology, soil science, animal science, food

Götala beef and lamb centre

Götala Beef and Lamb Reserch Centre is SLU’s reserch facilities for ruminant meat production. Götala Beef and Lamb Reserch Centre is an experimental facility for cattle and sheep for meat production

Goat herd

Small goat herd for behavioural observations or physiological whole animal studies during, for instance, pregnancy and lactation. A herd of milking goats, 10-12 adult animals + kids during the spring

The Biotron

A facility for reseach with climatized rooms. The Biotron is a facility for research where climatized rooms are demended with respect to high precision and accuracy on the regulation of climat

Lanna Research Station

Lanna Research station is a field station with the capacity to perform plot experiments in crop production with access to arable land with different soil type, competent personell, machinery for plot

Integrerad monitoring (IM) in Sweden

Biological and chemical effects from atmospheric deposition and climate in natural forest ecosystems within an international network of catchments in the UN ECE region (United Nations Economical

Growing facilities

Growing facilities enables controlled culture of plants and microorganisms. The growing facilities are managed by the Faculty for natural resources and agricultural science; they are comprised of: 12

Lönnstorp Research Station

Lönnstorps research station is located in the south-west of Skåne and was established in 1969. The station has a subject focus on cropping system dynamics and provides research opportunities in

SITES - Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Science

Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Science, SITES, is a nationally co-ordinated infrastructure for terrestrial and limnological field research. SITES extends throughout Sweden with different

Svartberget field research station

The Svartberget field research station outside Vindeln has over 1500 ongoing trials, and cooperates with researchers from around the world. The main purpose of the infrastrucutre is to create a field

Research vessel R/V Hålabben

Hålabben is the research vessel used for coastal areas at SLU Aqua in Lysekil. Area of operation The working area of Hålabben is coastal, with a maximum distance from the outer islands of 1 nm or 4

The Forestlands

Forestlands primarily intended for educational purposes. Over 2500 hectares of forestland distributed over large parts of Sweden. The forests are close to the cities of Gällivare, Piteå, Umeå,