Following a two-year evaluation process by a panel of international experts, the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) has granted Euro-BioImaging the Landmark status of “European Research Infrastructure for Imaging Technologies in Biological and Biomedical Sciences”. This status is recognised by the European Commission as a benchmark for quality, and recommends that Euro-BioImaging is the “go-to” Research Infrastructure to support imaging research across Europe.
ESFRI monitors and provides strategic guidance to pan-European Research Infrastructures, like Euro-BioImaging, to ensure that Europe has the world-class resources it needs to support science and innovation. Landmark Research Infrastructures score highly on numerous parameters including: scientific excellence; ability to reinforce critical areas of European research competitiveness; long-term sustainability; contributions to innovation, and; education and training. As such, achieving Landmark status recognises the importance of Euro-BioImaging in supporting excellent research across Europe.
The aim of Euro-BioImaging, is to break down the barriers associated with biological and medical imaging. It does this by providing open access to imaging technologies, resources and expertise to scientists across Europe to alleviate the bottlenecks in their research.
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
Lednice na Morave, May 15 - 16, 2019
COMULIS & BioImaging Austria-CMI, Nov 21 & 22, Natural History Museum Vienna
June 10-20, 2019, Biology Centre, České Budějovice