I2PC belongs to INSTRUCT, the European Strategic Infrastructure Project (ESFRI) in the area of Structural Biology.
I2PC provides support to structural biologists, helping them to maximize the extraction of biological knowledge from their microscopy images.
I2PC also provides support and training in the use of image processing software, at the same time that it develops software and standards oriented towards the standardization, simplification and reliability of the image processing tasks.
First iNEXT All Hands Meeting
First iNEXT All Hands Meeting. Madrid, 19 - 21 October, 2016.
AHM 2016 is the first annual meeting of iNEXT. It aims at gathering not only iNEXT Partners, but also iNEXT Users (or intended users) contacted directly by the different Facilities in the project. iNEXT Partners, together with the Scientific Advisory Board and the Industry Panel, will review the work performed in the project, including its different Joint Research Activities (...) ⇨ Full text
I2PC-FEI hands on autumn course
First I2PC-FEI “hands on” course on image processing. Madrid, 17 - 20 October, 2016.
The Instruct Image Processing Center at the CNB-CSIC and FEI Corporation joint course aims to provide an in-depth presentation of current image processing methods in cryo-Electron Microscopy. The course will be of a very practical nature. You are invited to bring your own data (...) ⇨ Full text
Scipion v1.0.0 released
We are proud to announce the release of Scipion v1.0.0, our software workflow framework to obtain 3D maps of macromolecular complexes that integrates multiple EM software packages (...) ⇨ Full text
Job opening: Software developer (Scipion)
We are looking for a technical-oriented candidate to work in the development of Scipion, a platform that integrates several image processing software packages for Electron Microscopy (...) ⇨ Full text
Instruct: Focus on Spain
Spain has been in close contact with Instruct since the early stages of the preparatory phase of this Infrastructure. Membership of Instruct with full rights came only with the signing of the International Consortium Agreement at the First Instruct Biennial Structural Biology Meeting in Heidelberg in May 2013. In the relative short period since the signing of the ICA (...) ⇨ Full text