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CABI serves up learning lunch for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on benefits of a FAIR Process Framework

Enabling FAIR data sharing and responsible data use

The generation, collection, storage, use and sharing of data can be time-consuming and expensive. Often, effort is duplicated, or the potential value of data is lost because the data cannot be found, accessed, used, or reused. Not all the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s data-rich work has met its potential because data has not been shared or assets have not been used in new contexts. The foundation is committed to unlocking the full value of data in agriculture and food systems through open and interoperable data ecosystems. In this project, CABI will address constraints in realizing the value of data in the foundation’s investments by increasing the capacity and capability of Program Officers, grantees and national systems to initiate and manage change processes towards FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable) and responsible data management.

CABI shares expertise in FAIR data at SciDataCon conference as part of International Data Week

CABI partners with ACIAR to develop FAIR data strategy for its soil and land management program

Importance of FAIR data highlighted in workshop as part of plans for digital plant health service in Malawi

CABI to lead assessment of data across ACIAR research portfolio