Infrastructure for material research in Stockholm Trio

Karolinska institutes (KI) research infrastructure can be found here and more specific core facilities at KI can be found here

KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm shows its material research in Material Plattfrom

Open facility for interfaces KTH 2 MILAB KTH

Open facility for nanomaterials KTH  Nanolab KTH

Scilifelab brings together research and infrastructure for biomedicine, ecology and evolution. There available infrastructure can be found here

Stockholm University lists available infrastructures here (not only related to material research)

Links to some of the more specific infrastructures can be found below

Transmission and scanning electron microscopy

Electron Microscopy Center (EMC), MMK, SU

Cellular electron microscopy 3D-EM at KI

X-ray diffraction, Spectroscopy (FT-IR, Raman, UV-vis, Fluorescence), Surface analysis, thermal analysis (TGA, DSC, MS), Physical property characterization (PPMS)

Soft matter characterization (AFM, surface tension, contact angle, tensile testing mechine, rheometer, dynamic mechanical thermal analyzer)

MACAL - Materials Analysis Center at Arrhenius Laboratory, SU

Mass spectrometer, Quadrupole-Time-of-Flight (QTOF) mass spectrometer

Mass Spectrometry Lab, MMK, SU

Waters Open Access lab, Campus Solna

NMR spectrometer

Solid State NMR, MMK, SU

Advanced sintering facilities

National Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS) Facility, MMK, SU


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