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Towards Open Science in Agriculture & Food

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Odile Hologne's presentation at the eROSA Workshop “Towards Open Science in Agriculture & Food”, a side event to High Level conference on FOOD 2030, Plovdiv, Bulgaria (13/6/2018)

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Towards Open Science in Agriculture & Food

  1. 1. eROSA has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730988 @H2020_eROSA http://www.erosa.aginfra.eu/
  2. 2. eROSA has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730988 Introduction Odile Hologne, INRA, Head of the department of scientific information eROSA coordinator @Holo_08 @H2020_eROSA http://www.erosa.aginfra.eu/
  3. 3. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 3 topics of this workshop e-infrastructure
  4. 4. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 Open science and food security Open science helped to identify wheat infection (wheat blast) threatening food security in Bangladesh
  5. 5. Open science https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/open-science Open access Citizen sciences Big data Data sharing Social networks Open labs Data driven sc.
  6. 6. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 Researchers and Open Science Inra, internal study, 2014
  7. 7. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 The role of infrastructure in our life Standards Adaptators Skills Tools to find our ways Rules Identifiers
  8. 8. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 E-infrastructure definition e-Infrastructure refers to a combination of digital technologies (hardware and software), resources (data, services, digital libraries), communications (protocols, access rights and networks), and the people and organisational structures needed to manage them. They are keys in future development of research infrastructures, as activities go increasingly "online" and produce vast amounts of data and are at the heart of the Digital Agenda of the European Commission to support Open Science and the link between researchers, citizens or private companies.
  9. 9. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018
  10. 10. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 Back to e-ROSA A 18 months project to build  a roadmap for an e-infrastructure for open agri- food sciences  a community
  11. 11. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 The roadmap http://erosa.aginfra.eu/?q=node/56
  12. 12. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 The workshop, an opportunity To present the vision and roadmap To learn about the policy framework To hear about different stakeholders to discuss !
  13. 13. CONSORTIUM WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU Thank you for your attention! odile.hologne@inra.fr @Holo_08 @H2020_eROSA
  14. 14. Scientific challenges data and more ….
  15. 15. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 The ability to support the Data flow The agri-food sector is dealing with an increasing amount and variety of data due to: • The multidisciplinary nature of agri-food science, which is adopting a more and more systemic approach; • The automation of data collection thanks to robots, sensors, etc., as well as new engineering tools such as in the omics field; • The development of new types of data sources and providers: e.g. Internet of Things, citizen science, voice- and image-based applications, micro-blogging, etc.
  16. 16. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 Data challenges in agri-food sciences Massive data production in labs (sensors, robots, models ….) but also in farms and by the citizens (of huge interest for science)  Big data : more variety than volume Disruption in the knowledge ecosystem (see next slide) Data silos, poorly documented, not easy to find, nor to access (same for semantic resources) Different level of maturity of the practices about data (management, sharing, analysis) Not only about data : code, workflow …
  17. 17. Aubin S, RDA Agrisemantics Working Group and RDA Rice Data Interoperability Working Group. Semantics – The way to reconcile points of view and data [version 1; not peer reviewed]. F1000Research 2017, 6:1871 (poster) (doi: 10.7490/f1000research.1114998.1)
  18. 18. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 Data sharing : beyond the technical issues Societal priorities imply the maximum of transparency and access to data; Business interests can support differing objectives Personal privacy concerns I want to protect my « know how »I want to know where it comes from I want to understand ….
  19. 19. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 And more Assessment Impact
  20. 20. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 Open science and Agri-Food, Plovdiv – june 2018 Vision paper : A collaborative and open system … … In the open science based knowledge system, researchers :  openly collaborate with different societal stakeholders to further improve the functioning of the food system;  deploy a systems approach including the impacts and consequences in the whole food systems in their research, not studying effects and disciplines in isolation;  undertake fully data-driven research …. And also hypothesis-driven research;  work impact-based, to place their research in the broader societal context and show what the implications of the research are. http://www.erosa.aginfra.eu/node/8

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