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Global Forest Watch (GFW) is an interactive online forest monitoring and alert system designed to empower people with the information they need to better manage and conserve forest landscapes. The Small Grants Fund provides financial and... Tuesday 19 January, 2016
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Colleen Macklin, Director of PETLab, is enthusastic about using games to solve real-world problems. At the WWF Fuller Symposium, she discussed the serious potential games have for conservation and offered examples of games that have been... Citizen Science, Climate Change, Software and Mobile Apps Wednesday 13 January, 2016
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Dr. Claude Miaud, Professor at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, is a pioneer of eDNA research. He describes how a species’ DNA can be detected in the environment in which that species is found. This monitoring method is minimally... eDNA & Genomics Thursday 24 December, 2015
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David Gruber, a National Geographic Emerging Explorer, is a marine biologist working to develop fluorescent proteins into modulatable probes with neurobiological and medical applications. In his talk for the WWF Fuller Symposium, David... eDNA & Genomics, Sensors Thursday 24 December, 2015
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Margaret Driciru, Senior Warden & Wildlife Veterinarian with the Uganda Wildlife Authority, showcases how mobile reporting technology is being used in the field to monitor, collect data, and send rapid alerts when lions and other... Human-Wildlife Conflict, Software and Mobile Apps, East Africa Community Tuesday 22 December, 2015
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Dr. Lucas Joppa, Scientist at Microsoft Research, considers the evolving impact of data in conservation and society. He examines the difference between ‘big data’ and ‘small data’, and explores how models such as the Madingley Model and... Citizen Science, AI for Conservation, Biologging, Data management and processing tools  Tuesday 22 December, 2015
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Katherine Chou, Product Lead at Google[x] Labs, sees technology as a way to make the impossible, possible. She explores differences in how wildlife NGOs and the tech sector think and plan, and what the conservation community can learn from... Human-Wildlife Conflict, Biologging, Drones, Remote Sensing & GIS Tuesday 22 December, 2015
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John Amos, President of SkyTruth, explores how remote sensing is being used in conservation today and the importance of sky-truthing. He examines the role that citizen scientists can play in increasing transparency in the private sector as... Citizen Science, AI for Conservation, Data management and processing tools , Drones, Remote Sensing & GIS, Sensors Monday 21 December, 2015
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Gary Atkinson, Director of Emerging Technologies at ARM, explains why we should be interested in the Internet of Things. Could it be a game changer for conservation?  Climate Change, Sustainable Fishing Challenges, Human-Wildlife Conflict, Wildlife Crime, AI for Conservation, Sensors Thursday 10 December, 2015
Peter Jacobs

Peter Jacobs

Can games have real world impacts on issues like the illegal wildlife trade? In part two of his case study for the Gaming for Conservation Group, Peter Jacobs discusses United for Wildlife's efforts to engage young people in conservation... Citizen Science, Wildlife Crime, Software and Mobile Apps Thursday 3 December, 2015
Daniel Brizuela

Daniel Brizuela

Traceability (knowing where products come from and how they are made) is a foundational pre-cursor for many sustainability interventions. While many tools have been developed to offer high-level insight about the products and commodities... Sustainable Fishing Challenges, Wildlife Crime, AI for Conservation Thursday 26 November, 2015
Vanessa Dick

Vanessa Dick

The 2015 Fuller Symposium brought together thought leaders in science, policy, business, conservation and development to tackle emerging issues facing our planet. This framing piece was developed to support a Fuller Workshop discussion on... Wildlife Crime, AI for Conservation Thursday 26 November, 2015