Image life, discover the future

Euro-BioImaging is a research infrastructure that offers open access to imaging technologies, training and data services in biological and biomedical imaging. Euro-BioImaging consists of imaging facilities, called Nodes, that have opened their doors to all life science researchers.

Gateway to European biological and biomedical imaging

Euro-BioImaging’s mission is to provide you with imaging services that bridge biological and biomedical imaging and facilitate innovative and world-class research. Whatever the scale of your imaging, Euro-BioImaging will give you the tools and support to explore and answer your research questions.


Access to imaging technologies: We offer access to a range of imaging technologies to allow you image across the scales at one of our 33 Nodes, located in 14 countries and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, EMBL.

Expert training and support: Each Node is staffed with personnel who can provide the support required to maximise the output of your research project. Guidance is available for all aspects of the imaging pipeline, from study design to image capture. In addition, we provide access to training courses for all different levels of expertise.

Image data management: We help you store and disseminate your data and extract meaningful conclusions from your imaging.

Current activities

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2022-11-23

Euro-BioImaging is participating in the “Joining forces to define the European Health Data Sharing Landscape for Research” meeting organized by the Healthy Cloud project in Brussels on November 23, 2022. This event unites researchers, policy-make...

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2022-11-23

On November 8-9, 2022, members of the Euro-BioImaging Hub Team had the pleasure of meeting with the Euro-BioImaging Board and Panel of Node in Torino, Italy. This was our first in-person meeting with our stakeholders since 2019. We enjoyed the f...

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2022-11-21

On Friday, November 18th at 13:00 CET, Martina Marchetti-Deschmann, TU Wien, delivers a lecture on “Multimodal Imaging and Omics Analysis to characterize senescent cells” as part of the Correlated Imaging Series, brought to you by COMULIS and Eur...

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2022-11-15

Meiofauna are tiny marine organisms that range in size from 20 microns to 1 milimetre. They are present everywhere in the sea, from the shore to the deep ocean. They are an important part of the food web and a crucial link between micro- and macro- e...

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2022-11-15

A new, promising collaborative agreement among top-class life science research infrastructures was made official during the International Conference on Research Infrastructures (ICRI 2022) in Brno, Czech Republic, on October 21, 2022. This trilateral...

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2022-11-13 to 2022-11-16

IMCF, part of our Advanced Light and Electron Microscopy Prague Node is organizing a hands-on training on selected time-resolved experimental techniques and data analysis, commonly called Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (FLIM).The course foc...

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2022-10-09 to 2022-10-14

IMCF, part of our Advanced Light and Electron Microscopy Node in Prague, is organizing a hands-on training on selected single-molecule experimental techniques and data analysis, belonging to group of methods known as quantitative bio-imaging. The li...

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2022-09-23 to 2022-10-21

We are pleased to announce a very exciting upcoming training course from NEUBIAS and EOSC-Life - featuring multiple trainers from the Euro-BioImaging family. This course, entitled "Defragmentation: bringing BioImage Anal...

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2022-09-06 to 2022-09-07

The Division of Anatomy of Vienna, together with the Medical Imaging Cluster (MIC) of the Medical University of Vienna and the Austrian BioImaging/CMI, our Node in Austria, will host an international, hands-on Tutorial and networking meeting on HREM ...

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