SKB has a number of well established partnerships in the field or research and development with universities, higher education institutions, organisations and companies – in Sweden as well as other countries. On this page we offer information and links that may be particularly interesting for members of these partnerships as well as other researchers and experts.
Read our reports
SKB’s scientific and technical reports are available on our Publications page. You can search our list of reports and read them in electronic editions. Many reports can also be ordered.
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National Geospheric Laboratory
Researchers from a number of universities and higher education institutions cooperate with SKB and the municipality of Oskarshamn to extend the possibilities for research at the Äspo Hard Rock Laboratory. The aim is to create a National Geospheric Laboratory.
Link to Geospherelab.
Research group in environmental science
A research group in environmental science has been established at Linnaeus University. This is operated in partnership by SKB, the municipality of Oskarshamn and Linnaeus University. Its research focuses on how ecologically harmful substances are disseminated in the environment.
European research platform
The European IGD-TP platform acts to enhance international cooperation and enable the final disposal of high level nuclear waste. It comprises eleven organisations involved in the disposal of nuclear waste and about 60 participants from, for instance, universities, higher education institutions and research institutes.
SKB is participating in a number of EU projects in both research and technological development. Information and links to these projects can be found on IGDTP.eu
Äspö Task Force
Äspö Task Force organises special forums to allow international specialists and modelling groups to collaborate on selected issues that are important for the final disposal of radioactive waste. Two forums have been established in groundwater flow and in technological barriers:
Modelling groundwater flow and modelling technological barriers.