Infrastructure and services:
 
Experimental Fish Culture and Facility 
12 x circle tanks in flow system (1500l) – for experiments in outside conditions 01 ERPP01
6 tanks in recirculation system with control conditions (800l) – for experiments focused mainly on the research of breeding technologies in Aquaculture 01 ERPP02
Laboratory of Environmental Chemistry and Biochemistry (LECHB) 
Two-dimensional liquid chromatograph with high resolution mass spectrometer (QExactive) – analytical instrument used for targeted analysis of pharmaceuticals, pesticides, hormones, UV filters, perfluoronated substances and other micropollutants mainly in biological samples of aquatic organisms and plants 02 LECHB01
Two-dimensional liquid chromatograph with high resolution mass spectrometer (QExactive-HF) – analytical instrument for targeted and untargeted screening of aquatic environment 02 LECHB02
Two-dimensional liquid chromatograph with triple quadrupole mass spectrometer (Quantiva) – analytical instrument used for quantitative determination of pharmaceuticals and pesticides in water, passive samplers, sediments, sludge and soils 02 LECHB03
Laboratory of controlled reproduction and intensive fish culture (LRICH) 
Experimental recirculating aquaculture system for growing trials on fish. Fully equipped modular experimental system is available. 03 LRICH01
Self-feeding system for feed distribution (dosing of precise amount of feed) and evaluation of feed demands. Software allow creating of feeding protocols and evaluation of feeding behaviour. Software control culture on three levels (overview about reared fish, evolution in time and detail in each culture unit). 03 LRICH02
Complete system of swimming tunnels / respirometers for computer assisted intermited respirometry. The system allows fully automated measurement of oxygen consumption, evaluation of the critical swimming speed (Ucrit) and fish behavior. For research focused on biomechanics, physiology of swimming, metabolism and ethological studies. 03 LRICH03
Laboratory of experimental complex systems (LECOS) 
Tissue cultures laboratory, animal cell dynamics observation. Tissure culture laboratory has nearly 20 years tradition in services for private, clinical an university laboratories. It is concerned with obsarvation of dynamics of mammalian cells in interactions with materials used in the medicine. 04 LEKS01
Superresolution microscopes NanoTrutht. The NanoTruth technology utilises long term known techniques wich may me fully utilised only using contemporary technologies. For data analysis there are used new discrete mathematics approaches developer by the researchers of the LECOS laboratories. New NanoTruth microscope prototypes were finalised in 2019 and are the final phase before possible industrial production. 04 LEKS02
5iD viewer – complex analysis of the fish school behavious down to the role of the individuals. The 5iD viewer is the word first instrument enabling the fish school analysis down to the level of an individual. The key are new algorithms which identify each individual and prevent error propagation. 5iD viewer, besides basic research, opens the possibility to mediciene research practice, where it minimises the number of test animals, water cleaning station practice, veterinary practice and many other applications. 04 LEKS03
Laboratory of Reproductive Physiology (LRP) 
Evaluation of sperm quality and motility (including flagellar motion) before and after cryopreservation. Involves several microscopes connected to digital and analog video cameras, covers different contrast methods (BF; DF; PH), temperature diapason (4 - 37°C), frame rate (5 – 5000 FPS), magnifications (up to x100) and resolutions (up to 3200×1800) during motility records 05 LFR01
Laboratory of Aquatic Toxicology and Ichtyopathology (LVTI) 
Gene expression analysis and other biochemical analyses. Equipment: Real-Time PCR cycler, Bioanalyzer, Nanodrop, Infinite M200PRO fluorescence and luminescence spectrophotometer (TECAN), SPECORD two-beam spectrometer 06 LVTI01
Histopathological examination of tissues of aquatic organisms - is based on a complete device for the preparation and analysis of histological preparations of tissues of organisms. Equipment: Histomaster dewatering machine (Model 2052 / 1.5), modular potting paraffin line (Leica EG1150), semi-automatic rotary microtome, automatic coloring line (TISSUE-TEK® DRS ™ 2000, SEKURA) and MOTIC microscope 06 LVTI02
Laboratory of intenzive aquaculture (LIA) 
Two identical experimental rooms for reproduction and intensive aquaculture. In each room there are nine 360 L tanks connected to the complete RAS with the possibility to control the light and temperature regime. Culture systems can also be used for experiments related to the final reproduction phase of fish, culture of juvenile fish under different stocking densities, feeding management using self-feeders and different dissolved oxygen level. 07 LIA01
The fully acclimatized room is fully equipped for intensive culture of cold-water fish (salmonids and whitefish species) and for stimulation of out-off-season spawning of various fish species. This room contains four 1500 L tanks and six 360 L tanks connected to a complete RAS. 07 LIA02
Experimental hall for intensive aquaculture with a total capacity of twenty 1500 L tanks connected to two separate RAS. This equipment can be used for mass scale experiments with the aim to optimize intensive aquaculture in terms of water quality, feed management, nutrition, stocking density, fish sorting, ozone using, etc 07 LIA03
Laboratory of Molecular, Celullar and Quantitative Genetics (LMBKG) 
Applied Biosystems 3500 and Genetic Analyzer Next generation sequencer Ion Torrent™ PGM for sequencing of mitochondrial and nuclear genes. Gene sequencing is used especially to parentage assignment, to identify monosex fish stocks and to study the mutual genetic and molecular biological status of fish and crustacean populations. 08 LMBKG01
Flow cytometers Partec CCA-I and CyFlow® Cube 8 are used especially for determination of the ploidy level on the basis of relative DNA content in nuclei of fish somatic cells or gametes stained with DNA-specific dyes. Another possibility is the stipulation of volume and concentration of measured particles. 08 LMBKG02
Laboratory of germ cells (LGC) 
Zebrafish housing system – semiautomatic system for rearing of small fishes and for initiation of feeding of fish larvae. 09 LZB01
System for fish embryo injection and micromanipulation – it is suitable for all fish species from early embryonal stages to larval stages. 09 LZB02
DNA content analyser – user friendly flow cytometer enables evaluation of relative DNA content in the cell nuclei. 09 LZB03
Capillary electrophoresis – electrophoretic system with resolution under three bases is suitable especially for more precise determination of PCR product size. 09 LZB04
Laboratory of signal a image processing (LSIP)
Monitoring systems for fish ethological studies - based on 3D cameras allow automated recording and evaluation of fish behavior in aquariums and tanks 10 LZSO01
Hyperspectral camera - Scanning and analyzing samples using hyperspectral camera, surface reflectivity analysis of materials that are subsequently correlated with substance content or material composition, typical task is analysis of fish appearance using different diets, scanning camera allows processing of any materials - visible + near infrared spectrum 10 LZSO02
Laboratory of Nutrition (LV)
Aquaponics hall contains 6 independent recirculating aquaculture systems with waste water collection and mineralization. 200 square meters of greenhouse with 4 types (raft, ebb and flow, dripping and aeroponic systems) of hydroponic systems (each with at least 6 replicates). 11 LV 01
Chromatography lab including sample preparation room for complex analyzes of feeds, fish products, feaces and other matrices. Available instuments are: GC-MS, HPLC, HPTLC, Maldi-tof. 11 LV 02
Fully equipped fish processing plant for production and development of fish products (chilled, frozen, smoked, cooked, marinated), including analytical background for studies of postmortem changes in fish and assessment of fish product quality. 11 LV 03
Laboratory of freshwater ecosystems (LFE)
EthoVision® XT set-up – ethological software with equipment (hardware, video-cameras, experimental arenas) in the ethological laboratory. Enables observation of aquatic organisms and automatic evaluation of their behavioural patterns. Possibility of simultaneous observation up to 96 arenas. 12 LSE 01
Simulator of flow conditions for fish and crayfish. Enables to mimic the conditions of running waters for experimental observation of fish and crayfish. 12 LSE 02
Aquarium room. Infrastructure used for maintenance and culture of crayfish and for experimental set-ups. 12 LSE 03
The set of incubators in the hydrobiology laboratory. Enables maintenance of aquatic organisms and experimental works in temperature specific conditions (4 – 40°C). 12 LSE 04
Heart rate monitoring system for crayfish and bivalves. Non-invasive measurement of heart rate of crayfish and bivalves under laboratory conditions. 12 LSE 05
Facilities for rearing and experimental maintenance fish or crayfish (outside and inside systems of tanks). Maintenance and culture of fish and crayfish and for experimental work under natural ambient as well controlled conditions (including the possibility of the water recirculation). 12 LSE 06
DanioVision® set-up with equipment in separated laboratory. System enables observation of development and life manifestations (including heart rate activity) of aquatic organisms during embryonal and postembryonal development under controlled light and temperature condiditons. 12 LSE 07
Sampling of water and hydrobionts (fish, zoobentos, zooplankton, phytoplankton) in freshwaters (pond and their tributaries, different types of streams and rivers, lakes), measurements of physical and chemical parameters of water, samples processing and analysis. 12 LSE 08
Facility for ecological and ethological studies of hydrobionts, observation of their foraging behaviour (mainly fish and macrozoobenthos), experimental works on zooplankton and phytoplankton, and early developmental stages of fish, and for evaluation of approaches and preparations for artificial reproduction of fish. 12 LSE 09