The Chemical Biology Consortium Sweden (CBCS) was formally established in 2010 through the joint efforts of academic and industrial researchers within small-molecule discovery, and Swedish public funding agencies. CBCS originated as a VR funded national infrastructure (2010-2017) and has since 2013 been a SciLifeLab platform. We have nodes at different universities represented by a skilled team of approximately 15 people.
Next to our biggest and most important collaboration partners, i.a. academic research groups, we closely work together and exchange our knowledge with other screening infrastructures, platforms and organizations, nationally and internationally.