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The University of Oslo and the faculty of natural sciences has two research vessels in the Oslo Fjord, F/F Trygve Braarud (70') og F/F Bjørn Føyn (40').
The Norwegian Sequencing Centre is a national technology core facility offering sequencing services on the HiSeq X, HiSeq 3000/4000, HiSeq 2500, NextSeq 500 & MiSeq instruments from Illumina, and also the Sequel from Pacific Biosciences.
The Norwegian Molecular Imaging Consortium (NorMIC) is a FUGE technology platform, aiming to strengthen and develop research in functional genomics in Norway.
The Norwegian Culture Collection of Algae, NORCCA, maintained and owned by the Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA) and the University of Oslo (UiO), includes algal strains from the two institutes and the former Danish algal culture collection SCCAP.
The isotope laboratory uses high quality isotope analyses of carbon, nitrogen, oksygen and hydrogen.
Finse Alpine Research Center, located in the northwestern part of the Hardangervidda mountain plateau. Seminars and meetings, as well as university field courses, are regularly held in the conference unit.
Electron microscopy can visualize the smallest structures in the cell.
The University of Oslo have a marine biological station in Drøbak that includes a research station (Biologen), established in 1894, and a lodging and conference centre (Tollboden), established in 1860.
An ancient DNA laboratory is situated on the Blindern Campus at the Department of Biosciences (IBV), University of Oslo.