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Euro-BioImaging

Chan Zuckerberg grant for Global BioImaging

New grant will increase collaboration between imaging centres and fuel scientific discovery…

By Edward Dadswell

Lab Matters

Building Euro-BioImaging

EMBL’s Jan Ellenberg reflects on the process of forming a European research infrastructure…

By Guest author(s)

Lab Matters

IMAGE: EMBL

Integrating imaging research across Europe

Euro-BioImaging now established as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium…

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Lab Matters

Pan-European imaging infrastructure gains momentum

Europe is uniting to make state-of-the-art imaging technologies accessible to biomedical researchers throughout the continent in a concerted manner. The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) and seven countries (Belgium, Finland, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom)…

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Lab Matters

Become a member of Euro-BioImaging

Euro-BioImaging, the pan-European open access research infrastructure for biological and medical imaging technologies, invites leading European imaging facilities to submit proposals to participate. Applications to become a Euro-BioImaging node will be reviewed by a board of independent…

By Guest author(s)

Lab Matters

Euro-BioImaging will provide open access to state-of-the-art biological imaging techniques like fluorescence microscopy, which produced this snapshot of chromosomes (blue) being pulled apart in a dividing egg. Image credits: EMBL/ T. Kitajima

Better imaging from bench to bedside

From microscopy to computer tomography (CT) scans, imaging plays an important role in biological and biomedical research, but obtaining high-quality images often requires advanced technology and expertise, and can be costly. Euro-BioImaging, a project which launches its preparatory phase today,…

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