Barcelona, April 5 th 2017 — Global Open Data for Agriculture & Nutrition (GODAN) is pleased to announce the launch of its open publishing initiative for agriculture and nutrition research. The GODAN Gateway will run on the F1000Research platform.
Food security | Nutrition improvement | Sustainable production
Linked data | Open data | Private sector data | Public/private
Food and Agriculture organization is partecipating in the H2020 project “BDE: Integrating Big Data, Software & Communities for Addressing Europe’s Societal Challenges” , funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. FAO has organized this webinar as...Read more
11 th edition of the EFITA CONGRESS in Montpellier, France: European conference dedicated to the future use of ICT in the agri-food sector, bioresource and biomass sector July 2 nd – 6 th CALL FOR PAPERS : It’s time for...Read more
The Agricultural Working Group of the Asia Pacific Advanced Network ( APAN ) and GODAN are planning a session on "Open data and Interoperability" for the next APAN meeting in August of this year.Read more
Food security | Sustainable production
Government data | Linked data | Open data | Private sector data | Public/private
With support from the NASA Europa Challenge, GODAN is pleased to announce the launch of a Local Farming Challenge! We want to bring together researchers and students to find solutions for local farming in growing cities, using open agriculture and nutrition data.Read more
Welcome to the final week of the GODAN Summit 2016 Blog Series. Each week, we will post a blog written by a participant of our Summit held in New York City on September 15-16. This week's blog is written by Sreekanth Rameshaiah of Mahiti.Open
Rice farming yields have declined in recent years in Colombia and climate change is suspected as the cause. Farmers, producers and scientists are now coming together to open up agriculture data sets to improve the problem.Read more
Welcome to the GODAN Summit 2016 Blog Series. Each week, we will post a blog written by a participant of our Summit held in New York City on September 15-16. This week's blog is written by two presenter from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). Dr. Amy Marshall-Colón, an assistant professor of plant biology and co-principal investigator for Crops in silico , and AJ Christensen, a visualization programmer for NCSA's Advanced Visualization Lab .Open
Welcome to the GODAN Summit 2016 Blog Series. Each week, we will post a blog written by a participant of our Summit held in New York City on September 15-16. This week's blog is written by Thomas Baker, an independent FAO consultant. "A Global Data Ecosystem for Agriculture and Food"...Open
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