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 35 Nodes, located in 16 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


Between September 25-26, representatives of the ERIC Forum, the organization which brings together the ERIC community to strengthen its coordination and enhance collaboration, attended the Research Infrastructures (RIs) event under the auspices of th...


Dr. Alena Salašová is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University (AU). Her work focuses on neurodevelopment, in particular, understanding the cell and molecular mechanisms behind it. With support from the staff at th...


In the evolving landscape of advanced research, core imaging facilities are essential in life sciences, requiring specialized expertise for equipment maintenance and elevating research standards. Imaging Scientists play a crucial role, in bridging th...


Every bioimaging researcher needs to perform analysis of collected images to draw biologically relevant conclusions. The field of image analysis, including AI-supported methods, is rapidly growing - which although promising, could be challenging for ...


In October 2023, the EUCAIM consortium announced the first public release of its platform, Cancer Image Europe, marking a major milestone in the project’s development and an exciting step towards achieving its vision and goals. We spoke to Esther B...

2024-04-16 to 2024-04-19

The next All Hands Nodes Meeting will be held in Torino, Italy, from Wednesday, April 17th to Friday, April 19th, 2024. The aim of the annual All-Hands’meeting is to bring together scientists from the Euro-BioImaging Nodes to meet each other, encou...

2024-03-12 to 2024-03-15

The EMIM addresses the latest developments in morphological, functional and molecular imaging at all scales, including mass spectroscopy, microscopy, and noninvasive imaging in preclinical and exploratory clinical studies. This also includes new...

2024-02-28 to 2024-03-03

Euro-BioImaging's Med-Hub Director, Linda Chaabane, will participate in the next European Congress of Radiology (ECR 2024), which takes place in Vienna, Austria, from February 28-March 3, 2024.At this event, EIBIR has organis...

2024-01-23 to 2024-01-26

This “Basics in fluorescence microscopy” course, hosted by our LCAM Node, takes place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from January 23-26th, 2024. It is a 4-days basic microscopy course for graduate students, postdocs and l...

Read our Annual Report 2022.   

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