Single-board computers like the Raspberry Pi are helping revolutionize biological research and democratize science
A new review study published in Methods in Ecology and Evolution shows that low-cost open-source electronics are increasingly being used in science and are a key technological advancement to revolutionize biological research.
The world is leading towards more accurate climate modelling, more equitable policymaking, and more sustainable food production thanks to the Imbalance-P project, with Josep Peñuelas, Michael Obersteiner, Ivan Janssens and Philippe Ciais.
As a new observer organization, from CREAF we are taking part in the IPBES 8th Plennary session, from today 14th to the 24th of June 2021. Our scientific coordinator, Alícia Pérez-Porro, and researcher Lluís Brotons are taking part in this annual meeting that is held online.