Find research infrastructures that we fund

Researchers in Sweden shall have access to the best tools and methods. This is why the Swedish Research Council research infrastructure both and internationally. All the research infrastructure that we fund is listed on this page. Please contact the research infrastructure directly if you would like to know how to access it.

Contact the research infrastructure that you are interested in

Researchers are able to access research infrastructure funded by the Swedish Research Council. This may include databases, research facilities, biobanks or large-scale computational tools. We also fund new research infrastructure that is not yet ready for use.

Would you like more information about how to access a research infrastructure? If so, please contact the research infrastructure directly. Contact details can be found in the list below.

Can you not find the research infrastructure you are looking for? If so, this may be because the Swedish Research Council does not fund it.

PublISHED ON 18 May 2018

UpDATED ON 20 November 2019

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Questions about the financing of research infrastructure

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