Biological Visualization - Microscopy, Flow Cytometery, Electron Microscopy and Image Analysis


BioVis - Biological Visualisation

The BioVis platform of Uppsala University provides you with a unique combination of technology and know-how for visualization of biological samples at the tissue, cell and subcellular level. We specialize in microscopy, electron microscopy, flow cytometry and image analysis. We can offer state of the art electron- confocal and light microscopy, as well as analytical and imaging flow cytometry and cell sorting.

The Medical and Pharmaceutical faculty at Uppsala University supports BioVis financially, thus the user fees can be kept low. The platform is available for all universities, governmental agencies & private companies. Information about users fees can be found here.

With proper training, provided by us, you can get almost complete access to the equipment at BioVis.

Help us to spread the information that BioVis is available with its service for Uppsala University and beyond. You can download our Brochure here: BioVis Brochure.

A Happy New Year 2019 to all our BioVis Customers.

Please take a minute and help us to get better by following the link below and fill in the survey. This survey will open until February 28.

Thank you very much - Your BioVis Team

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Melody Cell Sorter Laser exchange – END OF JANUARY

Melody Cell Sorter Laser exchange: As a few groups explicitly requested to keep the 405 nm, the new set up will be 405/488/561. The 633nm Laser will be removed. The Melody sorter will be fit for sorting GFP/RFP combinations by 2019 spring for more info, contact Dirk Pacholsky.

Entrance Card System

Our old Card system (Landstinget i Uppsala Län) is no longer valid. A new card system is established. The new card system does NOT apply for research groups based in Rudbeck Lab, as they have already access. Please contact for more details.

Courses in 2019

New information regarding courses IAS, MCA and Image J can be found here.

You can find us

Uppsala , Science Park Rudbeck Laboratory, 2nd floor

Dag Hammarskjölds v 20