Below you will find links to pages with useful information. At Medarbetarportalen you can also find information booklets, where we gathered the most common information that is useful when you work at the Rudbeck Laboratory, (requires login).
- Bike to Borrow
- Campus Management
- Diskus Information Screens
- Dry Ice
- Error Report
- Freezer room
- IT Department
- Long-Term Storage
- Mail and Parcels
- Mass Mailing
- Nitrogen Tanks
- Premises Matters
- Rest Room
- Room of Silence
- Room Reservation
- Moving Out From Lab Rooms
- Video Conference in Rudbecksalen
Campus Management Updates
A defibrillator is located opposite the reception desk at the main entrance. The entrance is open on weekdays, 06:30 - 15:30.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Coco Norén's Visit
Tuesday 5 April, deputy vice-chancellor Coco Norén visited the Rudbeck Laboratory. She was here to visit the world-famous photographer Lennart Nilsson's photo collection.
The photo collection was a gift to the newly built Rudbeck Laboratory, and became the world's largest collection of Lennart Nilsson's work.
Welcome to the Rudbeck Laboratory to see the collection, and read more about Lennart Nilsson's collaboration with researchers at the laboratory. Dag Hammarskjölds väg 20, room Lennart Nilsson, entrance floor.
Considering the current situation in Ukraine, Vice-Chancellor Anders Hagfeldt has via email sent out a message to all employees. You can also read this message on the Staff Portal.
If you are worried about what is happening in Ukraine, there is good information to take part of via MSB's website (only in Swedish). There is also a lot of information to read on the page Krisinformation.se. The brochure "If Crisis or War Comes" also contains a lot of information.
The Rudbeck Laboratory have several shelters, 3 in building C11 and 3 in building C5. All of them are located in the basement.