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 21 Nodes, located in 9 different countries across Europe.

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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2021-01-19

On Friday, January 22nd, at 13:00 CET, we welcome a line-up of speakers across Europe to present a range of BioImaging Master's programmes: Assoc. Prof. Diana Toivola and Joanna Pylvänäinen, MSc degree programme in Biomedical Imaging, Åbo Akade...

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2021-01-18

Imaging technologies can help scientists understand how plant tissues respond to stress, such as drought, heat, or other environmental factors. Characterising the mechanical properties of plant cells is an important aspect of studying plant resilienc...

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2021-01-12

On Friday, January 15th, at 13:00 CET, we welcome: Michal Mikl, Head, and Milan Esner, Deputy Head, of the Advanced Light Microscopy and Medical Imaging Node, Brno, on “From Molecules to Human: Complex-Scale Imaging at the Advanced Light Micro...

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2021-01-04

On Friday, January 8th, at 13:00 CET, we welcome: Shan Zhao, PhD researcher, Institute for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (iTERM) Helmholtz Zentrum München and LMU, on “Holistic Three-dimensional Cellular Mapping of Mammalian ...

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2020-12-21

This year - our first year in operations as an ERIC - was an exciting year for Euro-Bioimaging. We faced the challenge of operating a pan-European research infrastructure within the context of a global pandemic, but we did not let that bring us down....

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2020-09-08 to 2020-09-09

On September 8th-9th, Global BioImaging and ABiS will host a two-half days virtual meeting, featuring experts from around the world, for Global BioImaging’s fifth Exchange of Experience meeting. The new virtual format takes into account the challen...

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2020-12-09 to 2020-12-12

This course, hosted by the Euro-BioImaging Node at the Facility of Multimodal Imaging - AMMI Maastricht, combines Radiomics, Deep Learning and Synthetic data.  It is a unique opportunity to join a community of leading-edge practitioners in the f...

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2020-12-01 to 2020-12-04

This workshop is organized by the members of the France BioImaging Multiscale Light-sheet Imaging Working Group. It will be held in Bordeaux from December 1st to December 4th 2020 and aims to give an overview of Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy te...

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2020-10-12 to 2020-11-27

The Advanced Light and Electron Microscopy Node of Prague (CZ) offers a wide range of courses in October and November 2020. Whether you are interested in using imaging technologies to study biological structures, electron microscopy, or want to learn...

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