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We congratulate PT-OPENSCREEN for being included in the 2020 Portuguese Roadmap of Research Infrastructures. PT-OPENSCREEN unites the major Portuguese research centres in the areas of chemistry and…

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Our annual report for 2019 is now available

EU-OPENSCREEN News

The report showcases an eventful and exciting year on our path of becoming the leading European research infrastructure for chemical biology. Denmark joined us as a new member country, we successfully…

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EU-OPENSCREEN is part of "Zukunftsorte Berlin"

EU-OPENSCREEN News

EU-OPENSCREEN is proud to be part of “Zukunftsorte” Berlin an association of leading science locations in Berlin, Berlin’s eleven places of future innovation. The mission is to bring Berlin’s…

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Watch the new video on how working with European Life Science Research Infrastructures can advance your research project. EU-OPENSCREEN is part of the European Research Infrastructure landscape and…

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Fundación MEDINA, Almirall, S.A. (ALM) and the University Carlos III Madrid (UC3M) have launched a project to find new treatments for recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa and other genetic…

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How can researchers in the Baltic region work with EU-OPENSCREEN and our partner sites and collaboratively develop novel chemical probes? How can chemists make their compounds available to other…

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Mabel Loza from the BioFarma Group of our partner site, University of Santiago de Compostela, received the Wonenburger Award 2019. The Wonenburger Prize was created in memorian of María Josefa…

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Our partners sites have submitted their proposals within the first call (year 2020) of the EU-OPENSCREEN ERIC training activities, presenting their plans for training courses they would like to…

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May 6, 2020, was a great day for EU-OPENSCREEN: We received our state-of-the-art automated tube store. The tube store will be at the heart of our new compound management facility at our central office…

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The first bioactive compounds were formatted and shipped to our partner sites for COVID-19 related research projects.

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