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24 May 06
May edition of the NeSC newsletterThe latest edition of the NeSC newsletter is available at the above link

18 May 06
ARM and Freescale work with UK universities on nanotechnologyARM, Freescale and National Semiconductor are among a group of companies working with researchers from five UK universities on a project to investigate the feasibility of new types of semiconductor transistor which are significantly smaller than those used in current Ics.

18 May 06
Grid Computing Now! CompetitionGrid Computing Now! launches a nationwide grid computing competition in partnership with the British Computer Society (BCS).

18 May 06
Guardian Techblog-Article on the opening of the Grid Computing Now! Competion

15 May 06
eSI Visitor Seminar: "From Placenta to the Brain: Image Informatics Challenges and Experiences"The advent of digital microscopy provides novel ways of studying biological systems. Phenotypic effects of molecular modifications can now be examined en mass and quantified objectively. In the process, it also creates new algorithmic, data management, and computational challenges. This talk will describe three projects related to this area.

15 May 06
IADIS International Conference e-Society 200613-16 July 2006 - Dublin, Ireland

15 May 06
IADIS International Conference Mobile Learning 200614-16 July 2006 - Dublin, Ireland

14 May 06
£5m bid to power future gadgets Researchers from the Universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh, York, Manchester and Southampton are designing a new generation of nano-electronic circuits. The project is funded by EPSRC.

12 May 06
Wear your heart on the screenUsing grid computing, scientists have developed models of the body's most vital organ to devise better treatment methods

12 May 06
Building a heart model to probe disease

12 May 06
e-Science for arts and humanitiesA range of ground-breaking awards to develop the application of e-Science in the arts and humanities are announced by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the UK e-Science Core Programme, through the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

08 May 06
UK Grid Helps Fight Avian FluAs part of an international collaboration, computers at eleven UK universities and research labs have put in one hundred thousand hours of time searching for possible drug components against the avian flu virus H5N1.

08 May 06
EGEE Grid attacks Avian FluDuring April, a collaboration of Asian and European laboratories has analysed 300,000 possible drug components against the avian flu virus H5N1 using the EGEE Grid infrastructure.

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