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26 Oct 07
Registration open for the 1st UK Computational Steering SchoolA joint venture by CompuSteer and vizNET, this event will take place from 11th to 12th December at STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. This is a hands-on event and on completion participants will have the required knowledge to begin making their own applications steerable. Places are limited and demand is likely to be high, so early booking is essential.

09 Oct 07
EGEE Hits 100,000 Jobs Per Day and CountingEnabling Grids for E-sciencE announced at the EGEE'07 conference in Budapest that they have successfully managed unprecedented computing workloads over the summer months ...

09 Oct 07
41000 PCs seek bird flu cureThe Enabling Grids for E-science (EGEE) network links ordinary computers in 50 countries to form a single giant supercomputer with more than five million ...VNUNET.com

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