NBIP Ireland, in affiliation with the Royal Microscopical Society (RMS) will host a Conference in October 2010 (BioPIC 2010) attracting both national and international expert speakers from the world of biophotonics and imaging to highlight the need for a pan-European research infrastructure in bioimaging. BioPIC 2010 is also seen as an opportunity for trans-national networking, building of collaborations between academia and industry and showcasing of advances in biophotonics and imaging research and technologies. The RMS has also tentatively offered to publish a special issue of the Journal of Microscopy containing papers presented at the meeting.
A list of topics and keynote/plenary speakers for the BioPhotonics and Imaging Conference in 2010 (BioPIC 2010) will be published on the NBIP Ireland website (www.nbipireland.ie). Registration will open in mid April.
2010-10-17 - 2010-10-19
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