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BBSRC Bioinformatics and e-Science Grant Holder's Workshop

Original Event Webpage: www.nesc.ac.uk/esi/events/465/index.cfm

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- Introduction PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.45 MB)
- Photo 1 JPG Format [JPG] (0.77 MB)
- Photo 2 JPG Format [JPG] (0.62 MB)
- Photo 3 JPG Format [JPG] (0.65 MB)
- Photo 4 JPG Format [JPG] (0.62 MB)
- Photo 5 JPG Format [JPG] (0.68 MB)
- Photo 6 JPG Format [JPG] (0.67 MB)
- Photo 7 JPG Format [JPG] (0.71 MB)
- Photo 8 JPG Format [JPG] (0.59 MB)
- Session 1, 13:30- The UK e-Science Vision: Building a Sustainable e-Infrastructure. Prof Tony Hey PowerPoint Format [PPT] (10.99 MB)
- Session 1, 14:30- The Grid Operations Support Centre. Dr Andrew Richards PowerPoint Format [PPT] (9.28 MB)
- Session 2, 15:15- ComparaGRID Enabling grid technologies for comparative genomics. Dr Andy Law PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.43 MB)
- Session 2, 15:30- GridQTL High performance QTL analysis via the grid. Dr Peter Visscher PowerPoint Format [PPT] (4.54 MB)
- Session 2, 15:45- e-Fungi An e-science infrastructure for comparative functional genomics in fungal species. Prof Norman Paton PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.19 MB)
- Session 2, 16:00- ISPIDER A pilot grid for integrative proteomics. Dr Simon Hubbard PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.42 MB)
- Session 2, 16:15- e-Scientific reconstruction of cardiac pacemaking and conducting systems. Prof Arun Holden PowerPoint Format [PPT] (13.17 MB)
- Session 3, 09:55- The biology of ageing e-Science integration and simulation system. Dr Carol Proctor and Dr Colin Gillespie PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.14 MB)
- Session 3, 10:20- eHTPX: An e-Science resource for high throughput protein crystallography. Dr Colin Nave PowerPoint Format [PPT] (14.66 MB)
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