The “C3Biodiversidad” consortium, created by 16 leading Colombian institutions with the support of Earlham Institute, BRIDGE Colombia, and GROW Colombia, will build capacity in research cyberinfrastructure in a country teeming with wildlife and biological information.
A scientific cyberinfrastructure is a “technological and sociological” ecosystem that facilitates research data services. With human skill and an advanced set of computational tools Colombia’s biodiversity is soon to be revealed in greater depth than ever before.
Stimulated by the consortium, the world’s second most megadiverse country will help drive the big data revolution.
Data-intensive scientific innovation
Improve the provisioning and availability of physical infrastructure
Skilled data analysts
Promote training in scientific data analysis for users and providers
A society involved in science
Secure the engagement of diverse stakeholders in research planning
Data supported decision-making
Influence and monitor a national policy for research data
News and events
A reference framework for establishing a research cyberinfrastructure in emerging countries...
The C3Biodiversidad consortium, created by 16 leading Colombian institutions with the support of Earlham Institute, BRIDGE Colombia, and GROW Colombia,...
C3Biodiversidad aims to help producing the indispensable knowledge about the natural and agricultural biodiversity in Colombia needed to drive the...