B-GOOD Closing Conference: New video playlist
B-GOOD’s website and YouTube channel are now filled with new content from the recent closing conference of the project.
Held in Bled, Slovenia, this October, the conference brought together partners, researchers, and enthusiasts to showcase the outcomes and technologies developed during the project like the open research platform – BEEP, and the TaqMan assay. (All project results are introduced in the B-GOOD legacy booklet, available for download here.)
For those interested in the project results on a cross-disciplinary level, the meeting discussions and presentations, as well as questions and answers, were recorded and are now available online.
Our new YouTube playlist includes:
Presentation by Prof. Dirk de Graaf (Ghent University): "Why are honey bees dying and sustainable perspectives offered by automated health monitoring";
Presentation by Dr Martin Bencsik (Nottingham Trent University): "Discovery of novel vibrational signals from the honey bee colony and what they tell us about bee health";
Presentation by Dr Elżbieta Ziółkowska (Jagiellonian University): "Development of dynamic landscape models that capture the major floral resources for bees";
Presentation by Dr Xiaodong Duan (Aarhus University): "Data-driven honey bee colony health status prediction using machine learning methods";
Presentation by Marten Schoonman and Pim van Gennip (BEEP Foundation): "Big data streams, storage and sharing and the sustained use of tools and services developed in B-GOOD";
Presentation by Wim Verbeke (Ghent University): "Segmentation of the beekeeping sector and how it views novel hive monitoring technologies";
Overview of the EU policy landscape by DG policy officer Valerio Abbadessa and a panel discussion.
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