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February 2014

Nancy Scola reviews Joel Gurin’s Open Data Now, the first book to detail the rich business opportunities in open data and the challenges in capturing them. strategy+business - 11th February 2014

February 2014

A new analysis of primary care open data reveals where, when and which GP surgeries across England are taking up innovative new drugs, technologies and practices. PhamaTimes - 6th February 2014

January 2014

New report examines doctors' engagement with promising innovations in drugs, technologies and practice. The Guardian - 29th Jan 2014

January 2014

Open data matters just as much for social research as for big Pharma, especially when we are paying for it, says Sarah Wollaston. Telegraph - 8th Jan 2014

January 2014

Westminster council will begin installing smart parking sensors across its entire road network from next week. BBC News Article

November 2013

The BBC has signed Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) with the Europeana Foundation, the Open Data Institute, the Open Knowledge Foundation and the Mozilla Foundation, supporting free and open internet technologies,  The Telegraph 25 Nov
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November 2013

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has awarded six $100,000 grants to help improve everything from disaster response to municipal services.   Information Week, 22 Nov.
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November 2013

The policy support for improving the ability to store and share data on agriculture is growing. But how do you ensure farmers in developing countries benefit and will it achieve food security?  - The Guardian, 25th November View article

November 2013

Open Data Institute head says governments and businesses should publish by default to increase trust and innovation. - The Guardian, 22 November View Article

November 2013

OGP's annual summit shows the extent to which the clamour for more government data to be opened up is growing. - The Guardian, 27 October View article

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