Our image collages

Last changed: 24 November 2020

SLU’s various image collages are meant to convey a sense of the activities at the university. This covers a variety of scientific and educational fields at several sites. The pictures are not meant to replace factual images, but can for example be used in presentations to describe SLU’s overall activities.

There are a number of collages that illustrate different parts of our activities, for example environmental monitoring and assessment, the Future platforms and the four faculties. These collages are connected to the respective field and should not be used for anything other than just that.

The collages are meant to be used as a an overall framework, and can be used for print media, as large background pictures on the web’s start page, as an introduction or as an ending for PowerPoint presentations and so on.

The details in the collages are in most cases authentic pictures from different  SLU activities. Here are some examples:

  A collage that is used on the start page o the SLU website, on showcase equipment, as well as central print matter that describes the general activities of SLU.
   


 

A collage for SLU’s environmental monitoring and assessment (this year’s theme is Climate) that is used on the cover of the magazine Miljötrender.
   
A collage for student recruitment is used, among other things, on the cover of the International Prospectus 18/19
   
A collage for the NJ Faculty recruitment project Study sustainably.
   
A collage for the VH Faculty recruitment project Plugga djur (Study animals).
   
A collage for the LTV Faculty recruitment project Plugga grönt (Study green).
   

Where to find the collages

In the SLU media bank you will find the central collage, the EMA collage, and the student recruitment collage.

If you wish to use any of these pictures but are unsure if they are suitable for your needs, Contact the picture editor.


Do you wish to use any of the faculties student recruitment collage?

Contact bild@slu.se!

The picture shows methanogens that cling to the roots of a rice plant and comes from the Department of Plant Biology This research has led to the development of a climate-friendly rice that nearly eliminates the production of the greenhouse gas methane during cultivation.
Picture of a cross section of a small pine branch, taken with a light microscope. The material is tinted to increase the contrast. To understand how plants work we need to know about their inner structures. This is an example of material used within education in plant biology at the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science at SLU in Alnarp.
A CT scan picture of an owl, taken at the Diagnostic Imaging Clinic at the SLU University Animal Hospital in Uppsala. Apart from their daily work with both small and large animals the Diagnostic Imaging Clinic also assist in research projects and collaborations with for example The Swedish Wildlife Damage Centre.
Picture from forest remote sensing through laser scanning with drones, at the Department of Forest Resource Management.
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