© Gerber Architekten

Infrastructure for Excellent Research

CiM has embedded new concepts and image-based approaches into biomedical research at the University of Münster and provides a new infrastructure for future development. In a new research building, called the Multiscale Imaging Centre (MIC), interfaculty imaging expertise will be brought even closer together. The new research building is due to be completed in 2019.

© CiM - Peter Leßmann

Making the Invisible Visible

How can processes in the body that are normally hidden from the human eye, such as inflammation or disease, be made visible? To do this, scientists at the Cells-in-Motion Cluster of Excellence use a broad range of imaging technologies and work on developing innovative imaging strategies.

© Lin Wang, Ralf Adams

Images of Science

Researchers at the Cluster of Excellence produce images daily, using microscopes and tomographs. These colourful images provide unique views inside cells and inside organisms. CiM presented some of them in exhibitions. In case you missed them, you can view the impressive images here on the website.