Advanced Visualization for Crops in silico

    As the Earth’s population climbs toward 9 billion by 2050 — and the world climate continues to change, affecting temperatures, weather patterns, water supply, and even the seasons — future food security has become a grand world challenge. An interdisciplinary project called Crops in silico is investigating how computer models of food crops can complement traditional field experiments. These models include data-driven scientific visualizations which will help researchers, farmers, and food consumers understand how the world’s vital food crops are grown.
    AJ Christensen. Advanced Visualization for Crops in silico. School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois. March 12, 2018, Illinois.

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