Services offer


Laboratory of Geographic Information and Remote Sensing (LIGIT)


The LIGIT is mainly dedicated to the computerized processing of geographic information (both cartographic and alphanumeric). The goal is to produce information about the territory and organize it into geographic information systems (databases that contain both thematic information and the geometric definition of the elements) to facilitate querying, management and territorial analysis, through applications of Geographic information Systems (GIS) multiplatform (desktop, web and apps).




Chemical Analysis Service (SAQ)


The purpose of the Chemical Analysis Service (SAQ) is to support research by using the analytical instrumentation with which it is equipped. SAQ performs chemical analysis in multitude of materials, both in investigation and in control of raw materials, advices in the resolution of analytical problems, develops and validates specific procedures for the resolution of concrete problems.




Applied Statistics Service (SEA)


Applied Statistics Service (SEA) offers statistical consulting and technical advice in data analysis. SEA offers services aimed at the development of research projects and knowledge transfer through specialized consulting, on-demand services, expert reports and technical training in different areas among which we would highlight biostatistics, industrial production, social sciences, finances and risk management.




Cell Culture, Antibody Production and Cytometry Service (SCAC)


Cell Culture, Antibody Production and Citometry Service (SCAC) provides scientific and technical support in the field of biosciences, using cell culture technology and analyzing and sorting different cell populations by flow cytometry. We are also experts in the production of mono and polyclonal antibodies and in the immunoassays development.




X-Ray Diffraction Service (SDRX)


The Service has the suitable equipment and knowledge for dealing with X-ray diffraction (powder and single crystal techniques). Samples usually come from the fields of Geology, Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry and Material Science but also from other fields such as Archaeology, Medicine and so on.




Core Microscopy Facility (SM)


Microscopy Service has the infrastructure required for most of the scientific experimental fields that need to use advanced optical and electronic techniques.




Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Service (SRMN)


The main objective of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Service (SRMN) is to make and facilitate the acquisition, processing, analysis and Interpretation of spectroscopic and imaging data obtained using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) techniques.




Experimental Farm and Fields Service (SGCE)


The Experimental Farm and Fields Service dispose of spaces, facilities, material equipment and personnel as to support research requiring the use of animals or plants. Its functions consist on the maintenance of the animals in a good welfare state, and organizing and developing studies with different farm animal species. All projects are developed with the authorization of the UAB Committee for animal research.




Stabling Service (SE)


The Rodent animal facility (Servei d'Estabulari) of the UAB is dedicated to the generation and housing of animals used in scientific studies. There are boxes to house, both commercially available and genetically modified, rodents (rats, mice and hamsters). The Rodent animal facility allows conducting studies in basic and applied research in fields such as neuropsychology, cancer, physiology, toxicology, psychology, reproduction, clonation and others.


Dr. Pedro José Otaegui
93 581 14 74

website Stabling Service (SE)




Radiological Protection Technical Unit (UTPR)


The main functions of the Radiological Protection Technical Unit (UTPR) are to advice, control, measure and certify that a radioactive or radiology facilities complies with the current legislation on radiation protection. The Nuclear Safety Council has authorised to UTPR to provides legal coverage to facilities, laboratories and / or equipment that somehow carry out some type of radioactive activity. The UTPR covers mainly all the facilities, laboratories and/or equipment that belong to the university community (UAB) and that in some way carry out some type of radioactive activity. In addition, this service is also offered, if that so request, to all entities external to the UAB, whether public or private.




Proteomics and Structural Biology Service (SePBioEs)


The Proteomics and Structural Biology Service (sePBioEs) offers protein design, production, functional and structural characterization services through techniques of molecular biology, genetic engineering, DNA recognition, heterologous expression systems and X-ray crystallography




Genomics and Bioinformatics Service (SGB)


The Genomics and Bioinformatics Service (SGB) aims to provide scientific-technical support in the molecular analysis of nucleic acids (DNA, RNA) as well as in the interpretation of the data generated The origin of the samples that are analyzed can be human, animal, plant or microbial and specific analyzes or global projects can be carried out.