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28 Nov 02
UK e-Science Success at SC2002 - A number of UK e-Scientists have been extremely successful at the recent SC2002 conference in Baltimore, USA.

28 Nov 02
HPDC-12 Final Call for Papers - HPDC-12 Seattle, Washington (USA) June 22-24 2003. Paper Submission deadline February 4 2003.

22 Nov 02
GlobusWorld Jan 13-17, 2003 - San Diego, California USA - The GlobusWorld conference is run by the makers of Globus. Conference sessions, tutorials and workshops cover all aspects of both GT2 and GT3. Registration is now open.

08 Nov 02
Power from the people From the outside it looks just like another grey 18th-century church on a quiet Edinburgh back street. On the inside, however, the shiny new National E-Science Centre is home to some of the most advanced technology under development in the UK.

Last Updated: 22 Jun 12 10:19
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