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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2021-11-30

If you are attending the Cell Bio Virtual 2021 conference, don’t miss our Networking session “Training at International Research Infrastructures: Case Studies in Bioimaging, Structural Biology and Early Drug Discovery” with our partner research...

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2021-11-29

Please join us on Friday, December 3 at 14:00 CET for coffee with Euro-BioImaging. It’s a great opportunity for an informal chat with the Euro-BioImaging Hub Team! What’s on the agenda? We plan to cover the topics you want to discuss – if yo...

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2021-11-17

Euro-BioImaging ERIC is pleased to announce that its Call for Nodes 2021 is open! This is the process by which Euro-BioImaging invites applications from imaging facilities located in Euro-BioImaging ERIC member countries to suggest new Nodes or upgra...

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2021-11-11

A global pandemic, climate change… the world is changing, and so is science. In this discussion, Beate Neumann, Senior Scientific Officer at EMBL’s Advanced Light Microscopy Facility (ALMF), part of the Euro-BioImaging’s EMBL Node, explai...

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2021-11-09

On Friday, November 19th at 13:00 CET, Noeska Smit of the University of Bergen delivers a lecture on how best to perform visual analysis of different imaging modalities, as part of the Correlated Imaging Series, brought to you by COMULIS and Euro-Bio...

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2021-11-08 to 2021-11-10

The CELLIM Core Facility, part of our Advanced Light Microscopy and Medical Imaging Node Brno CZ is organizing a remote training course on Fundamentals of Light Microscopy. This course is intended for students who would like to learn about the funda...

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2021-09-21 to 2021-09-24

The National Microscopy Infrastructure, our Swedish Node, is organizing an online training course called Advanced Microscopy for Life Science. The course aims to provide all participants with training in the fundamental theoretical aspects of the ad...

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2021-07-12 to 2021-07-16

The ALMF, part of Euro-BioImaging’s EMBL Node, and Leica Microsystems are organizing a small workshop on STED microscopy for early career scientists. Please apply to attend by May 10th… This five-day comprehensive online microscopy course...

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2021-05-17 to 2021-05-21

The Centre for Cellular Imaging, University of Gothenburg, part of our Swedish National Microscopy Infrastructure Node is organizing a remote training course on Image Analysis, Smart Microscopy and Machine Learning. This course, designed for people w...

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