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26 Apr 06
'Integrating Diverse Sources of Scientific Data: Is it safe to match on names?' webcast now available.Professor Jessie Kennedy's talk on 25 April 2006, the first in the e-Science Institute Public Lecture Series, is now available for viewing until 29 May 2006.

21 Apr 06
April edition of the NeSC Newsletter now available

19 Apr 06
An invitation to the OGSA webcast on April 26thAn SA Working Group invites you to join our webcast session, "Defining the Grid: An Introduction to the Open Grid Services Architecture," on Wednesday April 26th at 2pm EDT.
For more details, and to register, please visit the above link. Registration is open to all, and there is no charge. Places are limited, however, so be sure to register early.
And don't worry if you can't make it to the live webcast: a recording of the session will be available a few days after the event. Please watch http://www.ggf.org for details.

05 Apr 06
e-Science Institute Public LectureThe e-Science Institute is pleased to announce the first in a series of public lectures associated with its thematic programme. Professor Jessie Kennedy will talk on the topic: 'Integrating Diverse Sources of Scientific Data: Is it safe to match on names?'

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