(novel research we have seen)
EarthCube can be used by many thousands of scientists and educators around the world, simultaneously.
In December KI traveled to Cyprus, to historic Nicosia, a city that today is car-centric with underdeveloped mass transit and citizens divided along a UN buffer zone. Our workshop brought together government officials, municipal staff, academics, architects and engineers to develop transportation and urban development policy recommendations.
KI was also in Tokyo in early February, helping with the ELSI annual meeting, helping to further boost Japanese geoscience and bioscience interdisciplinary collaboration.
In March and April, we're helping with a series of Strategy workshops at the National Library of Medicine, focusing on Data Science, Open Science and Public Health.
KI, through its new initiative, Inclusive Innovation, continue to work with the Africa Science Leadership Program (ASLP), designed to grow early- to mid-career African academics in the areas of thought leadership, team management and research development. In March, we're in Pretoria to run two back-to-back workshops for the 2nd and 3rd ASLP cohorts.