Biodiversity Atlas Sweden (BAS) is a research infrastructure that aggregates biodiversity data from multiple sources and makes it freely available and usable on-line.
The popular workshops series on computational skills and biodiversity informatics from the GGBC is back after the summer break with new and exciting topics for this autumn.
The Living Atlases community has appointed two new coordinators and launches new video tutorials for users of the platform.
The Swedish Biodiversity Data Infrastructure (SBDI) has had its first National Coordination Group meeting, during which several new opportunities for collaboration were identified.
In May 2019, the University of Aarhus organized a workshop on 'Machine Learning for Biologists’, a three-day meeting designed to answer to the fast-growing demand for Machine Learning applications in Ecology and Biodiversity Informatics.