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ESS in Lund is a large international researching project. 17 European countries are standing behind the project and Sweden is the hosting it. ESS in Lund is a multidisciplinary science centre wher you from 2019 will be able to anayse neotrons performances for different materialsg.  It will give us unic information for the ddevelopement of diggerent materials, i.e. powder, fluent to halffluent liquids, even en entire aircraft engine.
The firest research experiments are planned to 2019 and the site will be fully up an running in 2015.

MAX IV Laboratory

in Lund is a national synchrotronic light laboratory. There, with electromagnetic light in various wavelength, you can analyse the behavior of various substances and materials. Synchrotronic light has been used for the recent Nobel prizes in Chemestry and Biology. As a part within the MAX IV Laboratory organisation you find MAX Lab with the three rings I, II and III are up and running since 25 years.

Within MAX IV Laboratory you also find the the bigest Swedish research project ever.  On the brightest day of ther year, the 21st of June 2016, MAX IV opened with two storage rings - one big and one smaller. The big ring will be in size like Colosseum in Rome and the smaller will be about 96 meters in perimeter. Fully developed MAX IV will be able to house about thirty beamlines.

The facilities ESS and MAXIV are complementary.


SciLifeLab (Science for Life Laboratory) is an association of Karolinska Institutet, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and the universities of Stockholm and Uppsala. SciLifeLab started in 2010 by forming two centers, one in Stockholm and one in Uppsala, supported by the strategic investment. For the first phase, the primary objective was the grounding of technical platforms for molecular Biosciences in a strong science environment with a strong multidisciplinary character. The platforms are targeted on large-scale biological and medical research, with focus on technologically advanced data generation and development of high skills in bioinformatics and systems biology. SciLifeLab has, in short time, established an unique function that powerfully contributes to the Swedish international research expertise. All eleven Swedish universities are using the facility.

SciLifeLab are expanding from a mainly regional strategic resource to a national infrastructure for life science. In phase two SciLifeLab will penetrate deeper into the unsolved medical problems and identify new therapeutic targets. This creates opportunities for important medical discoveries and strengthens the ability to direct transfering of the results to clinical practice and improved diagnosis and treatment.


VINNOVA - Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems - is Sweden's innovation agency. Their mission is to promote sustainable growth by improving the conditions for innovations, as well as funding needs-driven research.  decisions are made with assistance from national and international experts and there is ongoing monitoring and evaluation of all initiatives.

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