This Blog Post is a follow-up to the successful GODAN/CTA Webinar, held in January 2019 on Unlocking the Potential of Blockchain for Agriculture. Watch the full Webinar HERE . Six Ways Blockchain and Open Data Aid Agricultural Development Blockchain is an emerging digital technology with the potential to transform global...Open
5 Ways Agriculture Could Use Open Data to Change the World Agriculture is intrinsically connected to many of the world’s most pressing social issues, from climate change and low-income food stamp programs, to poverty and sustainability more broadly. According to the Harvard Business Review , one tool above others can...Open
Often times, in the course of conversations across different fora and media, the global burden of disease features prominently as an issue deserving/demanding attention and action from world leaders. Attending the NNEdPro Cambridge Summer School in Applied Human Nutrition and International Summit helped put into proper perspective, why the global...Open
Group photo (courtesy of BLE) There are many inter-linked issues in the whole data value chain that affect the ability of farmers, especially the poorest and most vulnerable, to access, use and harness the benefit of data and data-driven technologies. There are policy issues (decisions on making data open and...Open
Let’s talk about some of the challenges of opening data. 1) Too expensive! 2) We don’t have the technical knowledge! 3) We don’t have the storage space! 4) We don’t have the time! GODAN works with many organizations in all sectors facing these challenges, but there’s one challenge that comes...Open
At the end of last year a paper on the partner involvement of the GODAN Initiative was submitted to the Open Knowledge in Agricultural Development (OKAD) channel of F1000Research, an open peer review platform for open science. As many partners will know we collect baseline questionnaire data from each partner...Open
The e-ROSA Project aims to inform the European Commission on a e-infrastructure for Open Science in Agriculture. At the end of last year the second stakeholder workshop has been organized in Wageningen after a first successful workshop in Montpellier earlier in 2017. The societal and scientific challenges for a future...Open
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