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29 Nov 05
GGF eNewsletter1. JSDL Spec is one of three documents added to GGF's Document Series 2. GGF16 Call for Participation closing soon 3. GGF16 Registration and Housing Deadlines

25 Nov 05
Grids and anti-terror bio-sensors get funding boost Grid computing in healthcare and anti-terrorist bio-sensors are some of the innovative projects taking part in a £90million government funding programme. ... Silicon.com - UK

24 Nov 05
Grid computing saves lives, but could do so much moreThat's the thinking behind grid computing, more specifically the sort of distributed project exemplified by FightAIDS@Home, which got going on Monday.

24 Nov 05
Grid computing used in battle to beat AIDSGrid computing is a rapidly emerging technology than can bring together the collective power of thousands or millions of individual computers to create a giant?

18 Nov 05
An Edinburgh Research Team that created software used by scientists worldwide has received follow on funding of £1.86 million.The OGSA-DAI project, based in the University of Edinburgh, is driving forward the complex area of scientific data access and integration, which in the future could provide us with better ways of screening for cancer or predicting destructive weather events

18 Nov 05
Edinburgh Research Team receive follow on funding of £1.86million. The OGSA-DAI project, based in the University of Edinburgh, is driving forward....

17 Nov 05
UK e-Science project wins top supercomputing award A UK e-Science project has won a top award at SC05, the world?s premier supercomputing conference in Seattle this week. SPICE .......

17 Nov 05
UK e-Science project wins top supercomputing awardA UK e-Science project has won a top award at SC05, the world?s premier supercomputing conference in Seattle this week. SPICE .......

14 Nov 05
Oil and gas firms to use Sun grid computing utility Oil and gas companies are to be served by the largest ever utility grid computing deal signed by Sun Microsystems. Virtual Compute ... ComputerWeekly.com UK

12 Nov 05
GGF EGA AnnouncementGGF and EGA have agreed to hold formal discussions to improve collaboration between the two organizations. The formal discussions are designed to explore opportunities to work better together including the possibility of a merger between the two organizations.

10 Nov 05
Archaeologists Go Digital ... archaeological process. The innovations, collectively known as e-science, threaten to shrug off archeology's antiquated image. Reading ... LiveScience.com, New York, USA

08 Nov 05
CCLRC at forefront of International grid formation ... The UK is represented in the IGTF by the UK e-Science certification authority. Neil Geddes, Director of e-Science at the CCLRC Rutherford ... ResearchResearch UK

07 Nov 05
More firms harness grid powerAn 18-month-old Enabling Grids for E-science (EGEE) project, coordinated by European nuclear research group Cern and part-funded by the European Commission (EC ... Computing - London,UK

04 Nov 05
UK's first optical network gives boost to e-Science The UK's first dedicated optical network for research will be put to the test at SC05 (SuperComputing 2005) by e-Science projects in astronomy, particle physics and molecular biology. EPSRC Press Release via www.eurekalert.org

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