Survey seeks views on imaging for the biosciences
In response to recent developments in the UK bioimaging research landscape, BBSRC is conducting a review of bioimaging.
Imaging is increasingly important for driving bioscience research discoveries. Over the last few years, there have been significant changes to bioimaging research, including a number of large-scale investments in imaging technologies and the emergence of scientific drivers for which imaging will be a key enabler in the future.
As part of the review, BBSRC is conducting a survey to gather views from the research community interested in bioimaging. Respondents are welcome from departments, bioscience research organisations, scientific societies, industry and other relevant BBSRC stakeholders. Responses from individuals will be accepted, but those from larger groupings are strongly encouraged.
The survey will complement objectives within the review which seeks to guide BBSRC’s national strategy in the coming years.
The deadline for responses is 18 December 2015.
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