A well-developed research infrastructure is important for the development of research and innovations. At SLU, we categorize the infrastructure as follows:
Below are the accredited analytical methods and their measurement uncertainties listed, since November 2017. For information about earlier analytical methods from 1960s and onwards, see each method .
The laboratory are analysing the chemical composition of inland waters. We are since 1992 accredited by SWEDAC for the analyses of about 40 different parameters, as well as for sampling. In total,
Closely related analytical methods that also estimate the amount of particles in the water are turbidity and the difference between absorbance on unfiltered and filtered water. Known issues in the
Infrastructure for fundamental and applied research on wood and fiber (ultra)structure, propterties and advanced wood and fiber biomaterials. Research infrastructure of key importance includes
Platform for the generation of genetically modified trees through Agrobacterium-mediated transformation. Service platform for tissue culture and transformation of hybrid aspen, aspen and birch.
We analyze mainly feed and milk, but also faeces, blood and other samples from animals in the trials. We have a constant workforce that can offer help with analysis to researchers and also involved
The Alnarp landscape laboartory includes about 20 hectars of woodland stands and edges, shelterbelts, roadside plantations, meadows, wetlands and waterbodies for experimental vegetation- and
Mass spectrometry based small molecule, lipid and metabolomics analysis. Swedish Metabolomics Centre (SMC) is a collaboration between the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Umeå
Laboratory for soil physical properties such as particle size distribution, water retention properties and saturated hydraulic conductivity. At this laboratory we prepare soil samples and determine
Provides analyses for stable isotopes of several light elements. SLU Stable Isotope Laboratory (SSIL), is located at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Umeå, northern Sweden, and
We offer DNA extraction, barcode amplification, bioinformatic analysis, data and sample storage as well as tutorial introductions, teaching, and expert advice to researchers at SLU. The SLU
We have considerable expertise in the proteomics field and can offer advice and support for proteomics experiments for scientists at SLU, especially in projects with plants, crops and animals. In a