SciLifeLab Day on the national sites

SciLifeLab has launched four new sites across Sweden in 2022. The sites, located in Gothenburg, Linköping, Lund, and Umeå, will be crucial in promoting scientific research and research infrastructure nationally, while also strengthening the collaboration between all Swedish universities.

The expansion of SciLifeLab’s network will provide researchers across Sweden with state-of-the-art research infrastructure and technology, enabling them to perform cutting-edge research in areas such as genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics. This will not only help to advance scientific knowledge but also contribute to the development of innovative solutions to pressing societal challenges.

The launch of the national sites, in addition to existing ones in Stockholm and Uppsala, will also contribute to the development of a stronger research environment, crucial for attracting talented researchers and investment to the country, further cementing Sweden’s position as a leader in scientific research.

Throughout this year, each site arrange a whole day program to highlight the national and local perspectives of SciLifeLab. First off is the SciLifeLab day in Gothenburg, April 17. This event marks the official launch of the national SciLifeLab site in Gothenburg and is an opportunity for researchers to learn more about the services and capabilities provided by SciLifeLab at both national and local levels.

“I look forward to the opportunity to welcome you all to Gothenburg’s research infrastructure, and hope the SciLifeLab Day will ignite new collaborations and development projects”  says Maria Smedh, site coordinator for SciLifeLab in Gothenburg.

In addition, researchers and staff scientists are also invited to attend the upcoming SciLifeLab Days at the other sites, which will be held in Umeå on September 11, Lund on September 28, and Linköping on October 10.

All these events provide an opportunity for attendees to learn more about the services and research capabilities of SciLifeLab. It is an excellent opportunity to stay updated on the latest scientific developments and discoveries, and to explore potential avenues for future research collaborations. We hope that we will see you there!

SciLifeLab Days on the national sites


Last updated: 2023-03-13

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