SciLifeLab is a national center that develops, uses and provides access to advanced technology for molecular life sciences with a focus on health and the environment.
SciLifeLab is a national resource and a collaboration between four higher education institutions: Karolinska Institutet, the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm University and Uppsala University
For more information about the activities at SciLifeLab, please refer to www.scilifelab.se
The national meeting place Navet
SciLifeLab's meeting place Navet was completed in January 2014 and aims to create a stimulating and creative environment where researchers within SciLifeLab's research environment can meet. Navet invites to interdisciplinary meetings and helps to link researchers from different fields into a community.
The building, which was added to one of BMC's courtyards, has a completely different design BMC's structure. Navet is characterized by a large meeting square that encourages both planned and spontaneous meetings between the various research disciplines within SciLifeLab. There are 13 bookable meeting rooms and guest rooms for temporary visitors.
Navet is part of the BMC campus and uses the routines for e.g. passage, lock and alarm that applies at BMC.