Tag: Jack Hardinges

ODI Futures: How open innovation will transform agriculture

On 3 December we held an event focusing on the future of agriculture, in partnership with the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Chaired by ODI Head of Research Dr Tom Heath, it gathered stakeholders in the sector to

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Chris Froome’s Tour de France heart rate: closed, shared or open data?

This post was created automatically from a feed, and was originally published at: http://theodi.org/blog/chris-froomes-tour-de-france-heart-rate-closed-shared-or-open-data British cyclist Chris Froome’s ability to navigate the perennial relentlessness of the Tour de France has come into question in recent days. His speed through some of

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