In the face of the novel coronavirus pandemic, open, data-driven collaboration and digitally-enabled global collective action are key tools for recovering and (re)building resilient global food systems ...
A winning 2019 Inspire Challenge project led by WorldFish, the University of Queensland, and Wilderlab is revolutionizing aquaculture disease control using big data approaches and genomic sequencing technologies.
Live Q&A with Jérôme Delamare-Deboutteville (WorldFish), Andrew Barnes (University of Queensland), and Shaun Wilkinson (Wilderlab) about their 2019 Inspire Challenge project "Rapid genomic detection of aquaculture pathogens."
2019 Youth in Data delegates Madiha Sadaf and Hiba Anjum interview Gideon Kruseman from the International Wheat and Maize Improvement Center on the Big Data Platform Community of Practice on Socio-Economic Data.
2019 Youth in Data delegate Syeda Ruqhaiya Fatima interviews Ram Dhuliballa from the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Aid Tropics (ICRISAT) on his 2019 Inspire Challenge finalist project "Climate information services to manage climate risks."
2019 Youth in Data delegate Habeebuddin Mir interviews Allard de Wit from Wageningen University & Research on his 2019 Inspire Challenge finalist project “SLAM (Self-learning for agriculture management)."