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As part of DBIs Work Group 1 on Image analysis tools and data management we are conducting a short survey to better understand the needs and the current status of the bioimage analysis in life sciences at Danish research institutions.
Please help us by by answering the survey here
You will be anonymous by default: we will only use statistics.
If you have any questions or want to take part in developing new activities within this area please contact the leader of Work Group 1 Daniel Wüstner, SDU (wuestner(at)bmb.sdu.dk)
As a GTS institute, Danish National Metrology Institute (DFM), has received support from the Danish Agency for Higher Education and Science (Uddannelses- og Forskningsstyrelsen ) to establish traceability for fluorescence measurements in Denmark. Our goal is to assist in establishing traceable, quantitative, comparable fluorescence data.
DFM hereby calls for your input into prioritizing the direction for the new traceable fluorescence infrastructure. DFM is interested in your view as to what challenges you have within fluorescence measurements as well as your present and future needs.
There are only 7 questions to answer. It will take 1-2 minutes. Please find the survey here
The survey is anonymous. We only collect the responses and no personal information. The survey closes on April 1st at 4 pm.
Would you like to hear more, or discuss your challenges with fluorescence measurements? Are you interested in a potential collaboration with DFM or a pilot study? Reach out to Research Scientist Olga Rodenko (oro(at)dfm.dk)
• NEUBIAS is conducting a survey on the status of Bioimage Analysis. If you have time, please take a couple of minutes to answer the 9 questions https://bit.ly/ImageAnalysisNeeds2020
• In these Covid-19 challenged times a solution has been found – we are doing a double up on the Danish BioImaging Meeting with a virtual part 1 on November 11 (register now) and a physical part 2 on May 19-20, 2021 (mark your calendars!)
• emc2020 will become emc2024, but they are still offering Early Career Scientists the opportunity to present their work at an International Meeting this year! Check it out at the emc2020 website
• We are happy to announce that the next Danish BioImaging Meeting is in the calendar and will be held at DTU on November 11-12. Mark your calendars!
• Remember to sign up for the Cross-institutional DBI PhD course that will take place in the fall semester 2020. You can find the course information here
During these uncertain times with COVID-19, the RMS is working to help the microscopical community continue to share its knowledge and expertise remotely and are currently developing a dedicated website feature for their members to share information on a whole host of events, training, webinars and other items.
They have also added a long list of online talks and other opportunities, incl. tutorials, lectures and tips. Check them out here