SciLifeLab communications are created, not just by the communications team, but by all of us in the community. All the time. Keeping it cohesive will help others get to know SciLifeLab the same way we wish to perceive ourselves – as a unified center.
How do we handle the logotype, the graphic profile and the brand name of SciLifeLab? Read all about it in the brand policy below.
Our Communications Officers are happy to help.
Tip for planning!
If you would like to plan your communications, our template Kommunikationsplan (in Swedish) might be a useful tool.
Slack is an online lightweight communication tool.
The SciLifeLab Slack workspace is https://scilifelab.slack.com – anyone with an email address that ends in scilifelab.se, scilifelab.uu.se, bils.se or nbis.se can immediately register themselves here.
Anyone else: request an invite by emailing email@example.com.
At Campus Solna and in Uppsala’s Navet, there are information screens, also known as our digital signs, that display content using the PLAYipp software.
To promote an upcoming event, submit a flyer image (1920×1080 px, horizontal orientation) to firstname.lastname@example.org. To post on other topics, contact email@example.com. You’re allowed to have your flyer up for two weeks, unless it’s a recurring event.
Follow recent developments and internal announcements in the Community pages news feed. Do you have suggestions for content? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every year, SciLifeLab supports a number of events that are within our core research areas and open to participants from all over Sweden. If you are a SciLifeLab researcher or unit staff, you can apply for our central support package for events.
At the moment, there’s no open call, but please check back or keep an eye out in the internal communications channels.
The Innovation Offices at SciLifeLab’s four founding universities – KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm University and Uppsala University – have together with SciLifeLab launched a new initiative with the aim to support and promote further development of findings and ideas for commercialization. Open Innovation Coaching sessions are offered by these Innovation Offices to SciLifeLab researchers and personnel through individual bookable timeslots for discussions and advice.
The aim is to lower the threshold for early initial discussion regarding commercialization potential and guidance towards available support, in order to further encourage translation of findings made in conjunction to the SciLifeLab technologies for the benefit of society.
Who should affiliate with SciLifeLab?
SciLifeLab Group Leaders, directors, managers, members and staff of SciLifeLab research groups or infrastructure units.
How do you do it?
Affiliate by one of the examples below:
Linked to the ongoing pandemic, we have compiled some recommendations and useful resources – focusing on what you need to work from home.
Note that you should always follow the instructions given by your own university, Head of Department or manager.