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 fall/winter 2019 is November 15th!


Other Event

The European Microscopy Congress 2020 in Copenhagen

Hosted by SCANDEM, and organised by the RMS under the auspices of the EMS and IFSM. We look forward to welcoming you to Copenhagen from 23-28 August 2020 for what promises to be a really great event.

Other Event

The Light Sheet microsocpy Conference, Frankfurt 2019

LSFM2019 fosters the exchange between top researchers working to the development of new light sheet microscopes, new three-dimensional cellular systems and model organisms, as well as in artificial intelligence and mathematical modelling

NMI Event

Seminar and Workshop, Stockholm, November 19

IFSU/IVMSU hosts a workshop on IMARIS at Stockholm University. Seminar is open to all, attendance in workshop is limited to first 20 registered.


NMI - A research infrastructure of national interest!

The NMI will continue be funded by the Swedish Research Council. The decision was published on 26 Sep 2019!


Free Online Support on BioImage Analysis

Every 1st Tuesday of the month the BioImage Informatics Facility together with microscopy expert Sylvie Le Guyader (LCI, Karolinska Institutet) organizes the online support session Call4Help.

NMI Event

Zeiss Gemini450 Array Tomography Opening and Workshop, 25-26 Novemb!

On the 25-26th of November, The Centre for Cellular Imaging in Gothenburg, in collaboration with Zeiss, is organizing an Open-day and Workshop to introduce our brand new Zeiss Gemini450 Scanning Electron Microscope.

NMI Event

ELYRA 7 workshop:  Live Cell imaging in Super Resolution Mode! November 11-14, 2019

Join us at the NMI-CCI, Gothenburg, and take this unique opportunity to learn how your work can benefit from a flexible platform for fast and gentle superresolution imaging, ELYRA7!


Sweden became a founding member of the Euro-Bioimaging research infrastructure

In April 2019, Sweden officially became a founding member of the “Euro-Bioimaging” research infrastructure (EuBI ERIC)!

National Microscopy Infrastructure

NMI is a Swedish infrastructure for the use and support of advanced microscopy in life science. NMI is supported from the Swedish Research Council and cofinanced from the participating Universities, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm University, Umeå University and University of Gothenburg.


The mission of NMI is to provide faster access to innovative technology and competence in microscopy for the life science research community. NMI will also coordinate national and international knowledge exchange in microscopy.

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Framtidens Forskning - published a very nice feature on CCI and interview with head of facility Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez.

Read the  entire article at Framtidens Forskning

June 2018

Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez head of the NMI node at Gothenburg University is now a member of the SCANDEM, Nordic Microscopy Society, board