Events

 

Nov. 6th, 2019 - Euro-BioImaging ERIC officially established

Euro-BioImaging has been officially established by the European Commission as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC). With its ERIC status, Euro-BioImaging is now legally recognised as European research infrastructure for biological and biomedical imaging.

Euro-BioImaging will ensure excellent research and development across the life sciences in Europe by offering state-of-the-art imaging services through its internationally renowned facilities, called Nodes. These Nodes are distributed across its 15 founding members: Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, EMBL, Finland, France, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Norway, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden and the UK. Belgium will participate as an observer.
All Euro-BioImaging services are accessible via www.eurobioimaging.eu.
Establishment of the Euro-BioImaging ERIC builds on over 10 years of preparatory work with active engagement of 25 national imaging communities, the international organisation EMBL (European Molecular Biology Laboratory), and EIBIR (European Institute for Biomedical Imaging Research.
 

 

Euro-BioImaging Image Competition "Research. Captured."

“Research. Captured” is an image and video competition just launched by Euro-BioImaging, designed to publicise scientific artwork:  the beauty of life that  research in the imaging field  has uncovered in cells, tissues, plants and living beings! Participants can submit up to three images in three different categories (Biological images,  Biomedical images, Videos). A Go-Pro camera will go to the best images for the the three categories. Deadline for submissions is the 31st of January, 2018.
 

 

 

Sept. 29th, 2017 - Visit of the Carnegie Group delegation to the Turin Site.

The Carnegie group is an international organism that gathers ministries and top level ministry personel of the most advanced countries. The Carnegie meeting on September 2017 was one of the most important events organized around the G7 Science in Torino. On that occasion, the Carnegie Group delegation (representatives from Japan, Canada, South Africa, etc. were present) visited the Node laboratories in Colleretto Giacosa (University of Torino).

Prof. Aime presented Euro-BioImaging and the Global BioImaging project to the delegation.