NMI mobility grants, 2019
NMI have an open call for bioimage-driven projects in need of travel support to use one of the national NMI nodes.
Deadline for projects starting spring 2019 is January 15th and for projects starting autumn 2019 is May 15th.
And the winners are...
The winners of the NMI "Art meets Science" image competition are ready. NMI would like to thank all contestant for submitting their beautiful images. You all did a great job and we hope that you will consider entering in future NMI image contests. See who won by clicking the button.
Akademiliv wrote about the successfull Neubias training schools in advanced image analysis. Part of the organising team was Julia Fernandez-Rodrigez from the NMI node at Gothenburg University .
Article is in swedish.
Framtidens Forskning - a national magasine distributed in Dagens Nyheter and to politicans at Almedalsveckan published a very nice feature on CCI and interview with head of facility Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez. Read the article by clicking the button.
NEUBIAS call for mobility grants, 2018
Thenetwork of European BioImage Analysts funded by the EU framework COST, has opened a new activity that will run continuously for 4 years, and is centered on mobility grants, also called Short-Term Scientific Missions
News: June 2018, NMI is now represented in SCANDEM board
Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez head of the NMI node at Gothenburg University is now a member of the SCANDEM, Nordic Microscopy Society, board. Where she will be representing representing Sweden and Life Science. Click the button to go to SCANDEM home page.
NEUBIAS Survey - BioImage Analysts Career Consultation
Please fill out this questionnaire if you are a BioImage Analyst or identify as an important part of your job to be involved in using/developing Image Analysis within Life science and help us describing the state of the art of this new profession and identifying the bottlenecks.
The New Light Sheet Microscopy Pilot Facility is now up and running. Learn more about the new Light Sheet Microscopy Pilot Facility by clicking the link below. (2016-12-15)
Akademiliv - Sahlgrenska akademins nyheter wrote about the NMI image contest winner Astrid von Mentzer postdoc at department of microbiology and immunology University if Gothenburg. Her winning image shows the bacterium ETEC that expresses a new type of hairy proteins that she discovered.
Academic Stories recently wrote about David working at the NMI node in Stockholm featuring his PhD work, imaging of the kidney. Read his story!