EuroBioImaging user forum: Understanding and Fighting Cancer

Euro-BioImaging is organizing an online User Forum on October 14, 2021 from 14:00-17:00 CEST. The topic is “Understanding and Fighting Cancer.” This event will highlight the importance of cutting-edge imaging technologies in support of cancer research and showcase the specific expertise available at our Nodes across Europe through case studies presented in tandem with the research community.

Full program

Registration is open to all and free of charge. Please register by October 14th.

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CTLS2021 Conference, 2021

Core Facilities are key-players in modern institutions. Their still emergent role inevitably entails new paradigms regarding their scope and structure. The CTLS2021 conference aims to address several of these points, contributing to shape the future of the technical and scientific landscape of life sciences in Europe

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Euro-BioImaging Virtual Pub

Every Friday at 13.00 CET, Node staff and Friends of Euro-BioImaging join with the Euro-BioImaging Hub staff for a virtual meeting – about topics that interest us all. We showcase our Nodes’ success stories and expertise, exciting science, travel grants, new technologies – and more! 

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ELMI 2021, 22-25 June, virtual

Due to the current situation, the 2021 meeting will take place the first time in a virtual format. We will do our best to maintain the unique format as well as possible. The focus of the scientific sessions is on leading edge developments and its implementation to life science

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CYTO 2017 Image analysis challenge

Test your skills in this online image analysis challenge and you have the chance to win registration to CYTO 2018 meeting in Prague, a complimentary ISAC membership, and chance to participate in a paper published on the challenge in Cytometry Part A.

Challenge ends in June so hurry up!

Imaging the Complexity of Life

Welcome to SciLifeLab Science Summit 2017, May 3. International and national speakers are lined up to discuss the current state and future perspectives of bioimaging technologies and how they are used in research.