German BioImaging (GerBI) is a national network of microscopists and imaging specialists supported by the . Established in 2010, GerBI aims to advance the field of microscopy through fostering interaction and information exchanges within the German BioImaging community.
Find out more about the Objectives and Activities of German BioImaging at About Us
How To Take Part in German BioImaging
German BioImaging warmly invites all German microscopists to participate in the network. The first step is for individual imaging core facilities and research groups to register and create their own GerBI sub-page via our interface. By doing so, your research group or facility will be included on the List of Facilities and Research Groups and marked on the "Map of German imaging core facilities and research groups". In order to contribute please request an account and log in. If you require further help or assistance, don't hesitate to contact us. Anonymous editing of the wiki is disabled to prevent spamming.
German BioImaging also provides a mailing list which facilitates contact between members of the German BioImaging network. In order to prevent spam, emails are only distributed from email-addresses subscribed to the mailing list. Please subscribe to keep informed about new developments relevant to the German BioImaging community and future opportunities or events.
- [2018-9-17] Six microscopy centers organized through German BioImaging will open their doors as part of the Maus Türöffner-Tag on 3rd of October initiated by the TV-show "Sendung mit der Maus". More than 200 children will have the opportunity to get an insight into the world of the very small - the microcosmos. Participating cities are: Münster, Freiburg, Konstanz, Göttingen, Magdeburg, and Dresden
- [2018-7-19] ESFRI, the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures, has granted Euro-BioImaging the Landmark status of "European Research Infrastructure for Imaging Technologies in Biological and Biomedical Sciences".
- [2018-5-15] CORBEL, EMBL, German BioImaging-Gesellschaft für Mikroskopie und Bildanalyse and NEUBIAS are delighted to announce a joint blended learning course on Machine Learning for Image Analysis, consisting of three online sessions with associated hands-on exercises prior to the workshop, a three day face-to-face workshop at EMBL Heidelberg (29-31 October 2018) and two optional online sessions with associated hands-on exercises after the workshop.
- [2018-3-16] German BioImaging-Gesellschaft für Mikroskopie und Bildanalyse e.V. (GerBI-GMB), the successor organisation of the German BioImaging network, has been granted funding by the .
- [2017-10-16] The article Advanced light microscopy core facilities: Balancing service, science and career is the most accessed article of the journal Microscopy Research and Technique. The "GerBI Best Practice Manual" summarizes the outcome of the German BioImaging workgroups during the first DFG-funding period. The German translation is also available: Gerätezentren für hochentwickelte Lichtmikroskopie: Service, Forschung, Karriere.
- [2016-1-15] A proposal for a distributed and coordinated national infrastructure offering open access to very advanced bioimaging technologies has been submitted to the Federal Ministry of Research and Education (BMBF). With this document, the "German BioImaging-Research Infrastructure" seeks inclusion into the National Roadmap for Research Infrastructures. The GerBI-RI proposal is available from our restricted download area. The password to complete the download can be requested from the GerBI office via email.
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BioImaging Facilities in Germany
For a detailed view of multiple (clustered) facilities at one location please use the map zoom function!
As an alternative, you can use the table-view of the List of Facilities and Research Groups.