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National Geographic Hackathon

http://youtu.be/Y0ImHk2YwZU
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4 May 2014 – Check out this video to hear how CABI contributed to National Geographic’s Future of Food Hackathon in Washington DC last weekend. CABI’s Dr Martin Parr and Dr Timothy Holmes of the Plantwise knowledge bank describe the type of open access data from CABI which was offered to participants of the hackathon, and how these resources for agricultural information are helping to change the story for food security.

Linked Development data contributed to the event:
http://linked-development.org/
And Plantwise knowledge bank data on coffee wilt disease contributed:
http://wp.me/a18V0h-1Ol

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