Nuclear structure research is conducted at international accelerator laboratories, e.g. CERN-ISOLDE and GSI-FAIR-NUSTAR, based on advanced detector systems developed in Lund. Multidisciplinary neutron-detector development and characterization is being facilitated. Accelerator mass spectrometry with 14C is used for primarily medical and environmental projects. Ion-beam analysis techniques specify elements and isotopes in applied research, reaching out to other disciplines like geology and biology. Here, Astrogeobiosphere manifests the latest cross-disciplinary development. A well-equipped laboratory exists for studies of tropospheric and stratospheric aerosols and their impact on climate and health.