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May 2018

Call for submissions of open-data innovations for biodiversity | 2018 GBIF Ebbe Nielsen Challenge

May 9 - September 5

Are you an open data champion? The 2018 Ebbe Nielsen Challenge will award up to €34,000 in prizes to the most innovative entries that rely on open biodiversity data or open-source tools from the GBIF network to advance open science.

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June 2018

2018 UNESCO Chair Conference on Technologies for Development: Voices of the Global South

June 27 - June 29
SwissTech Convention Centre, Route Louis-Favre 2
Lausanne, Switzerland
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The Conference focuses on the potential of technology solutions to advance inclusive social and economic development in the Global South. Daniel Jimenez from the CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture will co-host a session on Data-Driven Farming.

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July 2018

Esri User Conference 2018

July 9 - July 13
San Diego United States + Google Map

REGISTRATION FOR THE 2018 ESRI UC IS NOW OPEN Join over 18,000 of your peers at the world's largest GIS conference, offering you thousands of hours of networking, collaboration, learning, and fun.

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DIGI-FI@PEARC18 workshop

July 23 @ 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Pittsburg, Pennsilvania Pittsburg, PA United States + Google Map

DIGI-FI@PEARC is a “Blockchain for Social Good” themed workshop that will be held during the Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 22-25, 2018. Elizabeth Leake (STEM-Trek) and Alana Romanella (Virginia Tech) will co-chair a full-day of presentations, hands-on exercises and a cybersecurity panel discussion.

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3rd Annual Crops in silico Symposium & Hackathon

July 31 - August 3
Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, 1206 W Gregory Dr
Urbana, IL United States
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The Symposium will explore advancements in plant modeling while highlighting what can be gained from tools and lessons learned from computer scientists.

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