Research Infrastructure for Large-Area Nano-Scale Imaging

Cortex scanned with mSEM

NanoWorldMaps

NanoWorldMaps will become Europe’s leading distributed Research Infrastructure for Large-Area Nano-Scale-Imaging iIn Life and Material Science

Next step: Concept Study

The Horizon Europe Research Infrastructures work programme includes the call “HORIZON-INFRA-2022-DEV-01-01: Research infrastructure concept development” with a submission deadline of 20th April 2022. The NanoWorldMaps consortium plans to rework our previous design study for submission to this call.

3rd NanoWorldMaps Annual Meeting

On 27th October 2021, members of the NanoWorldMaps consortium from half a dozen European countries held their 3rd annual meeting (on-line). After hearing about recent progress in large area nanoscale correlative microscopy applied to 3D images of tissue samples, the focus of the meeting was on detailing the consortium’s vision for a new European Research Infrastructure. It was decided that a proposal will be made to the next opportunity under Horizon Europe for “Research Infrastructure Concept Development” in April 2022 (HORIZON-INFRA-2022-DEV-01-01).

Delegates were also pleased to learn that the NanoWorldMaps concept is now mentioned in the Italian research infrastructure roadmap.

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