Next Virtual Pub will be held on Friday, May 14th at 14:00 Finnish time. On this Friday, we welcome: Gaby G. Martins, Facility head, Advanced Imaging Unit, Gulbenkian de Ciência, on “An Introduction to Portuguese Platform on BioImaging” Everyone is welcome, so please feel free to share it with colleagues and community.Don’t miss out on this exciting talk! Join via internet: If you would like to present at the Virtual Pub, we are open to suggestions! Please let us know at

Positron emission tomography (PET) is non-invasive and quantitative imaging modality which is used to visualize and measure rates of biochemical processes in living subjects. PET Basics course offers a broad overview to PET imaging and introduces participants to interdisciplinary nature of PET research. After the course one should have basic knowledge of the PET imaging field of its physics, radiochemistry, and data analysis, and research and clinical applications. Full program and more information here. Registration by March 22, 2021, to Lenita Saloranta PET BASICS Dates: 6.–8.4.2021 Place: Zoom Organiser: Turku PET Centre Target attendees: Physicians, scientists, PhD students, all interested in PET Course is free of charge and worth of 2.0 credits for MSc and PhD degree.

We are very pleased to announce that the Euro-BioImaging family is growing! In 2020, we welcome four new Nodes hosted by Austria, Finland, Sweden, and Portugal. These include two Biological, one Biomedical and one Mixed Node. Four existing Nodes were also granted upgrades, bringing on board new facilities and expanding their technology portfolio. A cutting-edge infrastructure  These renowned imaging facilities have undergone a stringent, independent review process by the Euro-BioImaging Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) that ensures that only the most advanced imaging facilities with a cutting-edge and diverse technology offer become Euro-BioImaging Nodes.  As part of the Euro-BioImaging research infrastructure, the services provided by these facilities will be open to all scientists, regardless of their discipline or affiliation. We congratulate the successful new Nodes and upgraded Nodes and look forward to sharing more news about these imaging facilities in the upcoming months.  Some of the applications from this year’s Call for Nodes are still being…

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