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About core facilities

A core facility is a laboratory with particularly advanced equipment that serves researchers both within and outside the unit.

Model of DNA molecule

Illustration: Colourbox

Many research groups at the Faculty of Medicine need advanced research infrastructure. The Faculty has core facilities and other infrastructure to meet this need.

A core facility has particularly expensive research equipment that is made widely available to researchers outside the unit. This can be achieved by giving outside users access to the equipment, or facility employees can do the experiments for them.

The core facilities are part of the University's research infrastructure (Norwegian). The Faculty participate in approximately 20 core facilities. Many of them are run in tight collaboration with Oslo University Hospital and other institutions.

Core facilities at the University of Oslo

Core facilities at other research institutions

Contact

  • Michael T. N. Møller (Core facilities and research infrastructure at the Faculty of Medicine)
  • Vibeke Alm (Core Facility Council at the University of Oslo)
Published June 30, 2016 12:32 PM - Last modified Nov. 2, 2021 11:09 AM