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29 Oct 03
Biomedical Information Science and Technology Initiative (BISTI) 2003 Symposium November 6-7, 2003 Natcher Conference Center National Institutes of Health Bethesda, Maryland

28 Oct 03
40m research centre plan gap site on Crichton Street currently used as a car park, will also have under its roof "incubator" space for start-up companies and a department of E-science

28 Oct 03
Jobs bonanza from silicon powerhouse A 40m science facility which could help create thousands of jobs is to be built by Edinburgh University.

28 Oct 03
GRID Computing Takes On Breast Cancer ...A new computer network may hold the key to speeding the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. The technology needed to create the first U.S.-wide digital mammography archive is finally being introduced to the....

27 Oct 03
GLOBUSWORLD 2004 ANNOUNCES PRELIMINARY PROGRAM including keynote speakers.

27 Oct 03
IS grid computing finally a reality? Now, eyes are turning to 'grid computing' to meet these goals - but can the latest technology finally turn fiction into reality?

15 Oct 03
Grid Technology Helps Astronomers Keep Pace With The Universe

15 Oct 03
Smart software watches the skies Intelligent agents may sound like something out of The Matrix, but smart programs are helping astronomers find out more about the Universe.

14 Oct 03
Launch event to be held on Thursday 30th October 2-6pm at Cambridge-Cranfield High Performance Computing Facility to celebrate the successful recent installation of the SunFire Galaxy-class F15K supercomputer. For further information see www.hpcf.cam.ac.uk

13 Oct 03
New grid technologies offered Cern aid Huge LHC Computing Grid to be used as proving ground for IT vendors' grid-related technologies

13 Oct 03
IBM and China's Ministry of Education Launch 'China Grid' Giant Education and Research Grid Capable of 15 Trillion Calculations Per Second

09 Oct 03
Project Watch: Power Sharing Article by Computer Business Review online

05 Oct 03
Computing net promises vast power BBC ClickOnline's David Reid goes behind the scenes at the European particle physics laboratory, Cern, to report on how they are working on the next generation of the net.

02 Oct 03
Earth Simulator delights scientists The Earth Simulator, housed in Japan, has produced what scientists are calling "very exciting" information. It is being presented at a three-day climate workshop in Cambridge, UK.

01 Oct 03
LHC Computing Grid Goes Online The world's particle physics community today announced the launch of the first phase of the LHC computing Grid (LCG). The LCG is designed to handle the unprecedented quantities of data that will be produced by experiments at CERN?s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) from 2007 onwards

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