A Guide to FAIR Bioimage Data 2024


Published: 2024-03-04

Do you perform biological imaging and want to maximise the potential of your bioimaging data? Join us for the second instalment of our free online workshop, 'Euro-BioImaging's Guide to FAIR Bioimage Data,' on Thursday, 23 May 2024, from 14:00  to 17:00 CEST. Everyone is welcome!

About the workshop

In this interactive online workshop we will introduce the FAIR principles in the context of bioimaging data. Designed for researchers across all scales of bioimaging, from molecules to humans, this workshop will provide simple yet effective steps for a smooth start to your FAIR journey. We will explore the benefits of FAIR data for molecular, cellular as well as pre-clinical imaging and best practices for data management. Featuring invited speakers from bioimaging repositories, we will discuss what you can do with your data after publication. And if you want to take it one step further, there will also be advanced sessions on cloud compatible next-generation file formats for image data. By the end of the workshop, you will no longer find FAIR to be an intimidating concept that you have been putting off. Instead, you will be equipped with the knowledge and resources to identify and implement the necessary adjustments to bring your bioimaging data to the next level.

Register here:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0ldu2grz4pGdyUhJJgOLpml1elNcd1-Iyx

Full program coming soon!

Special offer - bring your own data:

Do you have an imaging dataset related to COVID-19 or other infectious diseases and need support to make it FAIR? Bring your data and we will work together to apply the concepts of the workshop directly to your dataset, free of charge thanks to funding from the BY-COVID project. To apply, simply fill out the registration form or contact us directly at fairdata@eurobioimaging.eu.




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