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Science Village

Science Village is an area in the Brunnshög district in northeastern Lund that includes MAX IV, ESS, Vindarnas Park and central Science Village.

An aerial view of the Science Village location outside of Lund showing fields and MAX IV
The marked area shows central Science Village, where the University plans to establish operations. Photo: Perry Nordeng.


Science Village will become part of a dynamic and international environment, where new scientific ideas and collaborations can emerge between universities, business and other parts of society.

Here, Lund University plans to have premises for research and education and meeting places for collaboration.

The University has now begun its planned move, among other things with the planning of NanoLab Science Village, which is the third largest infrastructure investment in the area.

In addition to the University's activities, the central Science Village will encompass, among other things:

  • Lund Science Center for activities and exhibitions
  • The Loop – a meeting place for business, academia and research
  • Space – offices and laboratories
  • Restaurants and cafés 
  • Offices

The Lund University Science Village Office

The Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) have established a joint project office for the establishment of Lund University in Science Village.
 
The office will work closely with all parts of the University, but with a special focus on the Faculty of Science and LTH, which will move parts of its operations to the area.
 
More information on the project office can be found on the Science Village office blog: 

Lund University Science Village office blog – sciencevillageoffice.blogg.lu.se

For more information, also see:

Science Village Scandinavia AB (SVS AB)

SVS AB owns the land in central Science Village. The company is owned by Lund Municipality, Region Skåne and Lund University. The company's main task is to develop the area for development and to sell the building rights.

Official Science Village website

Contact information

Lund University Science Village Office 

Eva Åkesson, Project Coordinator
Email: eva [dot] akesson [at] kilu [dot] lu [dot] se
Phone: +46 (0)46 222 47 14

Carina Jarl, Senior Project Manager and Assisting Project Coordinator
Email: carina [dot] jarl [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se
Phone: +46 (0)46 222 03 35

Karin Ulfsdotter Crépin, Senior Adviser Fundraising and Strategic Partnerships
Email: karin_ulfsdotter [dot] crepin [at] lth [dot] lu [dot] se
Phone: +46 (0)706 364 648

General Office Email 
svkontoret [at] rektor [dot] lu [dot] se