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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.…


ELMI meeting registration and abstract submission is open

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Registration for ELMI 2021 is OPEN Please check the ELMI 2021 registration page for details and registration. Abstract Submission is OPEN Abstract Submission is open for The European Light Microscopy Initiative 2021 (elmi2021)! We are inviting abstracts for both oral and poster presentation, until…



EMBO New Venture Fellowships

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EMBO launches the EMBO New Venture Fellowships. In memory of Suzanne Eaton, these fellowships will help early career life scientists explore topics outside their current area to allow them to pursue a new research direction in their future work. Applications are accepted as of today: The…



ELMI 2021, 22-25 June, virtual

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ELMI 2021 will take place virtually!More information to follow soon! Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ELMI2020 meeting in Noordwijkerhouthas been postponed to 2023, also in Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands.ELMI 2022 will take place in Turku, Finland.We are thankful for your understanding and hope…


[NEUBIAS] What is the status of Bioimage Analysis?

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Dear colleagues, Please spread the mail below to your colleagues in your institute, not only to imaging people but especially towards departments and groups of researchers undertaking life science research: can be a mailing list, forums, or your contacts. Also participate in the surtvey, since…



RMS early career award competition

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RMS Early Career Award The annual Early Career Award recognises the achievements of an outstanding early career scientist in their contribution to the imaging community. This contribution may be through an impressive application of imaging to research, development of imaging or image analysis…