Boosting microscopy in Belgium
The Royal Belgian Society for Microscopy is the voice of a growing community
and microscopy users in Belgium, currently representing more than 300 members.
For over 50 years, RBSM has endeavoured to foster microscopy-oriented research and education,
to promote international interactions, and to help accelerate microscopy development.
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RBSM organizes yearly conferences, sponsors specialist courses,
offers young researchers travel grants, and hands out awards
for exquisite microscopy artwork and outstanding PhD dissertations
in the field of microscopy or microscopy-inspired research.
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On September 9th, RBSM organises a focused symposium on quantitative microscopy in Louvain-la-Neuve. The meeting will be accompanied by an award session honouring Belgian PhD-students that have performed significant contributions to the microscopy field with their work.
September 10-12 will be the second edition of the P2N workshop. It is conceived as an inter-University course and a featured workshop of the INDEPTH COST Action. This year the focus is on bio-image informatics, and relies on a combination of tutorial lectures and guided image analysis exercises.