Molecular Imaging Center (MIC)

The Molecular Imaging Centre (MIC)

is an imaging core facility with the dual mission of doing imaging methods R&D and on this basis providing the best possible service to the Norwegian scientific community. This is made possible through our state of the art imaging equipment and our highly competent scientific and technical staff. MICs organization as a core facility implies that all researchers in Norway are welcome users at MIC. Please click on the above links or navigate our web page for further information.

Confocal course 2018

14th MIC Confocal Microscopy Course

Open for registration, deadline 23rd of February.

Course in Multimodal Imaging

2nd MIC Multimodal Imaging Course

New system in house

2 in 1 - microscopy and nanoscopy - Confocal and STED

A new system for confocal and super-resolution imaging avalible at MIC.

Euro-BioImaging & Nor-BioImaging

Euro‐BioImaging (EBI) is a large‐scale pan‐European research infrastructure project on the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) Roadmap. The mission is to build a distributed imaging infrastructure across Europe that will provide open access to innovative biological and medical imaging technologies for European researchers. The project is funded by the EU and currently in the interim phase. The nodes that were ratified in the first round are becoming operational within 2016.

Nor-BioImaging was established in 2011 as the Norwegian national participant organization towards Euro-BioImaging, and replaced the former NorMIC consortium for advanced light microscopy and molecular imaging. The mandate for Nor-BioImaging was approved by the six universities and the five university hospitals in Norway, and all these institutions have appointed members to the Nor-BioImaging board.

For more detailed information click here.