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24 Nov 03
EPSRC achieves a world first in high performance computing with TeraGyroid a project jointly funded by EPSRC.

24 Nov 03
Grid Computing for real For the first time supercomputers in the UK and the US have been linked to carry out a larger than life scientific experiment.

21 Nov 03
Report from SC2003 including photos of the UK e-Science Stand

21 Nov 03
TeraGyroid wins HPC Challenge The TeraGyroid project has won the HPC Challenge Award for Most Innovate Data-Intensive Application at SuperComputing 2003.

20 Nov 03
New generation needs inspiration Article for the Scotsman written by Professor Wilson Sibbett chairman of the Scottish Science Advisory Committee

12 Nov 03
New platform computing Adapter for Microsoft excel uses industry leading grid technology to execute trading results in minutes versus hours, without the need for additional programming AND special training

12 Nov 03
BAE heads large grid computing project Three universities involved in developing technology to speed up production cycle

11 Nov 03
Grid Computing Project Launched The Welsh e-Science Centre at Cardiff University announces today that it has joined forces with BAE Systems, Hewlett Packard (HP), the Institute of High Performance Computing in Singapore and the University of Wales, Swansea in a project that will further develop Grid computing technologies for industrial use.

10 Nov 03
EUROPE Exceeds US in Refining Grid Computing scientists and government officials said that Europe was moving faster than the United States to capitalize on the approach, which is called grid computing

07 Nov 03
AUTOPILOT Telescopes Ease Gazing Naylor, head of the eScience Telescopes for Astronomical Research, or eSTAR, team at the University of Exeter, doesn't have to run quite so fast anymore

05 Nov 03
HP Joins with BAE SYSTEMS, Others on Grid for Advanced Aerospace and Defense Design

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