In December 2015, the Czech node candidates were ratified unanimously by the Euro-BioImaging interim board to become the first generation of the Euro-BioImaging Nodes for the pilot phase of operation. The first users should come to the nodes by the end in 2016.
The node covers imaging technologies and expertise of the Institute of Molecular Genetics, the Biotechnology and Biomedicine Centre of the Academy of Sciences and Charles University in Vestec (BioCeV), the Institute of Physiology CAS and the Institute of Experimental Botany CAS.
The node includes imaging facilities of Masaryk University, the Central European Institute of Technology (CEITEC), and the Institute of Scientific Instruments CAS.
The Prague – Brno axis also creates a backbone of the national imaging infrastructure Czech-BioImaging.
June 10 - 11, Biology Centre, Ceske Budejovice
Pavel Hozák se stal čerstvým absolventem MBA programu pro manažery výzkumných infrastruktur na Milánské univerzitě Bicocca jako první z České Republiky.
3 June 2019, Brno, Czech Republic
March 28, 2019, Institute of Physiology CAS