How can you quantify biodiversity?
All plants and animals on planet Earth are part of the planet's biodiversity. How can this be quantified? Can we model biodiveristy in computers? These are questions Tobias Andermann tries to answer.
Read an interview with Tobias Andermann
More researcher portraits.
What kind of research are we doing?
To popular science in Swedish about our research
Ancient DNA facility
The SciLifeLab Ancient DNA Facility (ADF) provides analysis a service for a wide range of purposes. We provide processing of samples in our state-of-the-art cleanroom laboratory, and computational analysis optimized for ancient DNA sequence data. We can provide customized analysis based on user requirements and assist in project development.
SciLifeLab is a Swedish national initiative to support scientific research. ADF operates on at-cost basis, and in addition provide subsidized analysis for Swedish and international academic users.
SciLifeLab is a national resource of unique technologies and expertise available to life scientists, closely intertwined with our community of researchers in areas such as biomedicine, ecology and evolution
Ancient DNA facility
Analysis of ancient DNA allows investigation of humans, animals, plants and other organisms that lived a long time ago. All of this and more can be done at our Ancient DNA facility.
Are you aiming for a PhD?
As a graduate student, you get training in a scientific approach to the world around you, and you will learn and practice how to think critically and analytically. Moreover, you will independently and together with colleagues solve scientific problems and also you receive training in research ethics as well as pedagogy. If you are interested to start graduate studies, contact the research program that you are interested in. You can also contact the director of postgraduate studies, if you want to know more about how to become a PhD student, and about which topics and research tasks that may exist.
Popular science presentations
We have put together a couple of short presentations in a popular science format that will give the non-scientist some insight into organismal biology. Our intention is to inspire interest into the biology subject and to provide a brief introduction to our research.
The Wallenberg foundation has also made videos featuring research from our department.
A video about Human Evolution and the origins of Scandinavians.