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.
From disrupting agricultural input supply chains to carving out new crisis response roles for social media, the pandemic’s impacts on the state of global food security are vast and variable.
The Scaling Up community of practice discusses challenges and opportunities for an improved “new normal” for agriculture, research and development.
Lab-in-a-backpack: Rapid Genomic Detection to revolutionize control of disease outbreaks in fish farming
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 Louis Reymondin, scientist at the Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT and team leader of the 2019 Inspire Challenge project “Revealing informal food flows through free WiFi.”