The OHBM Open Science Special Interest Group is looking for new members to join the team!
Sivaniya Subramaniapillai discusses how the pandemic has influenced societal trust in science and what we as scientists might be able to do to help repair it. A version of this essay placed among the top 100 contributors worldwide in the St. Gallen Global Essay Competition 2021.
Gasser Saleh discusses the science of emotional processing in the context of video games and why some computer-generated faces creep us out by explaining the phenomenon of the uncanny valley.
We cordially invite all QBIN members to join our annual (virtual) general assembly meeting at 2PM EST on June 10, 2021!
QBIN is proud to sponsor the 2021 virtual edition of Pint of Science Canada!
The program offers funding to support pilot projects related to planned multi-center and multidisciplinary bio-imaging projects in humans and/or animals.
These programs are open to QBIN members and provide scholarships to Masters and PhD students and postdoctoral researchers.
We are pleased to invite you to the SciComm Seminar Series 2021, which will be taking place weekly on Mondays at 2pm EST from March 29. Enhance your science communications skills and learn how to get involved!
This year, QBIN launched its first Annual Art of Imaging Competition. Thank you to everyone who submitted an image and congratulations to the winners, who will receive $200 and have their image included in our future Art of Imaging Exhibitions!
Call for abstracts: Cancer imaging and personalized healthcare: Limitations and where are we going