Chemometric expertise (CLiC and BILS)
CLiC (Computational Life Science Cluster) is an umbrella for bioinformatics researchers at Umeå University. It is engaged in advanced bioinformatics research within the fields of genomics, proteomics (including protein modelling) and metabolomics, including the development of chemometric approaches for experimental design and analysis of omics-data.

BILS (Bioinformatics for Life Sciences) is a distributed national research infrastructure supported by Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) providing bioinformatics support to life science researchers. It works in close collaboration with SciLifeLab, as a facility within the SciLifeLab Bioinformatics platform, with SNIC (Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing) for storage of bioinformatics data and it is the Swedish contact point to the European infrastructure for biological information (ELIXIR). BILS offers short-term bioinformatics consultation for free, but also for long-term projects for a fee.

SMC enjoys close collaborations with CLiC and BILS, both at research and support levels.

NMR-based metabolite profiling
As mentioned above, SMC performs NMR metabolite profiling through collaboration with the Swedish NMR Centre (Gothenburg and Umeå) and can provide direct requests for NMR analysis.

Chalmers University of Technology - Department of Biology and Biological Engineering (Prof. Jens B. Nielsen)
A major aim for the platform is to support, in collaboration with Prof. Jens B. Nielsen, integrative analysis of metabolomic data by providing access to various metabolic network models (via the web) for all key organisms. This will allow integrative analysis of metabolomic with other, e.g. transcriptomic and proteomic, data. 

Science for Life Laboratory, SciLifeLab, is a national center for molecular biosciences with focus on health and environmental research. SciLifeLab is a national resource and a collaboration between four universities: Karolinska Institutet, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm University and Uppsala University.

WABI is a facility within SciLifeLab Bioinformatics platform, and offers bioinformatics long-term support in the format of “embedded bioinformaticians”- senior bioinformaticians working in your project for an extended time, typically 6 – 12 calendar months. WABI is supported via grant from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and is predominantly targeting projects that have generated high-throughput data of kinds that can be produced at the SciLifeLab platforms.

Swedish Metabolomics Centre and WABI have initiated a joint metabolomics-bioinformatics project.