The French Infrastructure for Integrated Structural Biology (FRISBI) provides an infrastructure for integrative structural biology approaches, from the molecular to the cellular level, integrating multi-resolution data from X-ray crystallography, small angle X-ray scattering, NMR, Cryo-EM and functional data including development for protein expression and crystallization. FRISBI is open to structural and molecular and cell biologists from both academia and industry from France and Europe.
France‐BioImaging is a large‐scale national research infrastructure. France-Bioimaging will deploy a distributed biological imaging infrastructure in a coordinated and harmonized manner. At the frontier between molecular and cell biology, biophysics and engineering, mathematics and bioinformatics, France-BioImaging gathers, several outstanding biological Imaging Centerssupported by state of the art R&D teams with the aim to cover recent advances in microscopy, spectroscopy, probe engineering and signal processing. Thereby France-BioImaging will provide quantitative measurements, computational analysis and an integrative understanding of a wide range of cellular and tissular activities.
France-BioImaging is a highly pluridisciplinary project with participants in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Computer science and engineering. The strength of the France-BioImaging consortium is to put efforts together to overcome technological barriers persisting at different levels of Cellular Imaging. Different solutions for each challenge are proposed among different nodes, justifying a second level of France BioImaging organization as shared technological and methodological Work Packages.
More information on the France BioImaging website