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  • Fibrillar SAXS from articular cartilage

Welcome to the ImagingBioPro Network

Imaging Dynamics in Biophysical / Biochemical Processes Across the Hierarchical Scales

The ImagingBioPro network seeks to develop new, high energy imaging methods to capture the dynamic biochemical and biophysical processes in biological samples. The network is funded by MRC MR/R025673/1 grant.

The human body is highly structured – from proteins and DNA, to the cells making up tissues that, in turn, form organs. To fully understand how an organ works in health and disease, imaging techniques need to be developed that simultaneously capture the dynamic biological processes at multiple temporal and structural scales. Read more about the ImagingBioPro Project.

Network

The ImagingBioPro Network will:

  • Connect Life and Physical Sciences Researchers, Medics and Industrialists
  • Host networking and training events, including Conferences, Sandpits, Workshops
  • Fund over two dozen interdisciplinary exchanges for early career and established researchers
  • Fund over a dozen feasibility studies to provide proof of concept for new technologies

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