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ELMI was created in 2001 to establish a unique communication network between European scientists working in the field of light microscopy and the manufacturers of their equipment.

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Virtual Bioimaging Workshops in May/June, Osnabrueck University

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The iBiOs is very pleased to announce three virtual bioimaging workshops with scientific talks by international experts and final round table discussions. Each workshop has a special focus addressing specific challenges in the field of bioimaging and its application in cell biology research. The…






Image Analysis Specialist, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

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The Novo Nordisk Foundation Centers for Protein Research (CPR) and Stem Cell Biology (DanStem) at the University of Copenhagen are looking to recruit an Image Analysis Specialist CPR and DanStem are vibrant, internationally diverse, ambitious research centers, housing modern laboratories with…


Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Muenster, Germany

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The Microscopy Unit of the Imaging Network at the University of Münster, Germany, is seeking to fill the position of a Postdoctoral Research AssociateWissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in(salary level TV-L E 13, 100%) from 1 June 2021. We are offering a fixed-term full-time position for 5 years.…




ELMI 2021 poster presentation deadline extended

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22 – 25 June 2021 | Online | www.elmi2021.org There’s still time to present your work at elmi2021, because the abstract submission deadline has been extended! The deadline for submitting your abstract are: Poster presentation deadline – Friday 28 May 2021…


High Content Screening & Imaging Specialist, Institut Pasteur, France

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An 18 months postdoctoral position is available to join the Photonic BioImaging Research Technology & Services Unit at the Institut Pasteur in Paris. The position is aimed at adapting our cellular image based High Content Screening (HCS) pipelines to integrate cutting-edge machine-learning…


A study to assess reproducibility in quantitative image analysis

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The Light Microscopy Research Group (LMRG) of the ABRF is launching a study to assess reproducibility in quantitative image analysis and needs YOUR help! We are seeking volunteers to segment 3D fluorescence microscope image sets and provide us with both their analysis and their analysis strategy.…