News Archive


First international training course co-organized by GBI and ABiS! REGISTER NOW!

The Global BioImaging network and Japan's ABiS (Advanced BioImaging Support) are proud to annouce the co-organization of an international training course for BioImage Analysis!


Winners of the Euro-BioImaging "Research. Captured." Competition have now been selected!

Our recent “Research. Captured” competition was a great success! 106 entries were received across the three competition categories. Images and videos were shortlisted according to their visual impact, informative content and technical proficiency by a team of scientists and graphic designers. The highest scoring entries were then advertised for public vote and  we are now happy to announce the final winners:


CORBEL launches 2nd Open Call for research projects

The CORBEL Open Call invites researchers to apply to access technologies and services from more than 20 facilities from 10 different research infrastructures across Europe, including Euro-BioImaging. Selected projects will gain unprecedented opportunities to utilise a wide range of high-end technologies and services.


Hackathon on image analysis training material reusability

Among the three major components of imaging based research - laboratory experiment, microscopy and image analysis - nearly 60% of life science researchers acknowledged that "Image Analysis is the most difficult".


Global BioImaging Shadowing Program for imaging facility staff - APPLY NOW!

After the success of the first two rounds of the Gloval BioImaging shadowing program, with 14 people travelling to international imaging facilities on 2017 and 2018, the Global BioImaging project consortium is proud to announce that the third open call of job shadowing for imaging facility staff is now open!


Showcasing of New Technologies for EuBI

EuBI proudly announces the first showcasing of new imaging technologies during its Interim Operation. The technological innovation of imaging technologies in the life sciences is continuous and exciting. To support the imaging community and its associated high-quality research, EuBI must remain at the technological forefront.


Eurobioimaging Image & Video Competition

“Research. Captured” is the Euro-BioImaging image and video competition designed to publicise your scientific artwork; show us the beauty of life that your research has uncovered in cells, tissues, plants and living beings! Participants can submit up to three images in three different categories (Biological images,  Biomedical images and Bio-Videos). The winner of each catergory will win a Go-Pro camera.


Euro-BioImaging 10th Newsletter

Enjoy reading our 10th Newsletter here


Global BioImaging 'Exchange of Experience II' in Bangalore - Watch the video!

The Global BioImaging EoE II took place at the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) in Bangalore, India. 55 participants representing imaging infrastructures from all contintents participated in this fruitful workshop.

Watch our video here:


The Global BioImaging project launches its second Shadowing Program for imaging facility staff!

After the success of the first round of the Global BioImaging shadowing program, which took place during 2017 with seven people travelling to international imaging facilities, the Global BioImaging project consortium is proud to announce that over 20 applications were recieved fot the second open call of job shadowing for imaging facility staff!


Countries are committing to launch EuBI into full operation

'Rome wasn’t built in a day’ .....and this is equally true for European Research Infrastructures. But after almost a decade of planning, many European countries and EMBL are now committing to commonly launch Euro-BioImaging, and open this Imaging Research Infrastructure for European scientists. After the preparation work has been concluded in October 2017, all countries are now invited to sign the legal documents and become founding members of EuBI.


A new call for hosts within the RItrain staff exchange programme is now open

A new call for hosts within the RItrain staff exchange programme is now open

The purpose of RItrain staff exchanges is for managerial staff from European Research Infrastructures to develop managerial and leadership expertise in areas that are new to them, or that they feel their research infrastructure needs to develop specific expertise in, by making short knowledge-exchange visits to research infrastructures that are noted for their excellence in the same area. 


EuBI gateway to the Image Data Resource

The EuBI Interim Web Access portal provides a direct entry point to the IDR (Image Data Resource). More information about the IDR can also be found in this pre-print and in the latest edition of EMBL etc.


EuBI Node Candidate in Prague announces Stakeholder Management and Community Building Staff Exchange – deadline for application is 31 August 2017!

The Institute of Molecular Genetics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic organizes a “Stakeholder Management and Community Building” Staff Exchange in May/October 2017 in Prague in the framework of the RItrain project.


Collaboration with AMMRF to expand Myscope

Euro-BioImaging and Global BioImaging (GBI) are pleased to be working with our Australian GBI partners, the AMMRF, to expand their online microscopy training tool MyScope.


Meet the Euro-BioImaging staff at the 12th European Molecular Imaging Meeting – EMIM 2017!

The Euro-BioImaging team will attend EMIM 2017 in Cologne, Germany, 5-7 April 2017. This meeting is organized by the European Society of Molecular Imaging (ESMI) and covers all aspects of biomedical molecular and cellular imaging.

We’ll be happy to meet you there and to illustrate all the opportunities offered by Euro-BioImaging!


1st CORBEL Open Call successfully closed

On November 30, 2016 the CORBEL Open Call for Research Projects was successfully completed. We would like to thank everybody involved - applicants as well as service providers - for their great enthusiasm and the efforts they invested.


The Global BioImaging project launched its first Shadowing Program for imaging facility staff

Facility staff members within the Global BioImaging Project Network (Euro-BioImaging, Australian National Imaging Facility, Australian Microscopy & Microanalysis Research Facility, India-BioImaging) who wish to make a period of job shadowing at another GBI imaging facility have applied to the program; the successful have been selected and they will receive one of the available travel grants.

For more information, please visit the dedicated webpage 


All scientists invited to apply for access: Euro-BioImaging Interim Operation

From now on, European life science researchers have the possibility to use state-of-the-art imaging technologies, which they do not find at their home institutions or among their collaboration partners.


CORBEL offers Open Access to high-end technologies and services

CORBEL is a European consortium that unites Biological and Medical Science Research Infrastructures in an EC-funded project. Euro-BioImaging participates in CORBEL as the future European research infrastructure for biological and biomedical imaging technologies. Today, CORBEL announces an open call for scientists to gain access to multiple research infrastructures and services across the whole range of life sciences.


EuBI publishes first catalogue of biological and biomedical image data repositories

The Euro-BioImaging collection is the first public collection of image data repositories and is available at


APPLY NOW! The Global BioImaging project announces the first international training courses for Imaging Core Facility Staff

It is with great pleasure that the Global BioImaging project consortium announces its first International Training Courses for Imagi