Researchers and research systems everywhere are wit-nessing major changes in the ways in which the results of research, and the ensuing applications and impacts, are being made accessible and communicated. e processes by which knowledge, information and data are generated and shared are being transformed and reinvented by the application of information and communication tech-nologies (ICTs). ese changes are providing opportu-nities for agricultural researchers worldwide to interact and participate together in the development and usage of their research. Further, the whole information chain, from researcher to extension worker to farmer and back again, is being transformed by the use of ICTs. e last decade has seen rapid growth in the open availability on the Internet of research information.