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29 Mar 07
UK User Group meeting for Windows Compute Cluster ServerMicrosoft is hosting the first UK user group for High productivity Computing using Microsoft's Compute Cluster Server, Microsoft's cluster operating system. Register by April 20th, at this link

28 Mar 07
PPARC annnounces 30m for GridPP extension News Release - GridPP

27 Mar 07
Call for Papers for the Third International Conference on e-Social Science Ann Arbor, October 7-10, 2007 Details of submission topics and formats can be found at http://ess.si.umich.edu/call.htm

26 Mar 07
Applications now being accepted for ISSGC07 The fifth in the highly successful series of International Summer Schools in Grid Computing will be held in Sweden, near Stockholm, from 8th to 20th July 2007. The school brings together the leading grid technologies from around the world, presented by leading figures, and gives students a unique opportunity to study these technologies in depth side by side. To find further details and to register visit the school web site.

22 Mar 07
New partnership boosts information systems services for UK research community Information services for the UK?s research community have received a significant boost with the signing of a new agreement between the Joint Information Services Committee (JISC) and the Research Councils. Article www.innovations-report.de

21 Mar 07
JISC and the Research Councils sign partnership agreement New partnership boosts services to UK research community. Information services for the UK?s research community have received a significant boost with the signing of a new agreement between JISC and the Research Councils. JISC Announcement

19 Mar 07
Global Community Attends OSG Meeting at SDSC GRIDtoday article

14 Mar 07
e-SciDR: Study for the European Commissione-SciDR is a project by the Digital Archiving Consultancy on behalf of the European Commission to drive forward the development and use of repositories in the EU in all areas of science in the widest sense of that word.

13 Mar 07
Technology could hurt human rights, says UNESCO study The internet and emerging innovations must be used ethically to work for people, not against them, warns UN report.

12 Mar 07
Linesch to Hand Over OGF Reins in October GRIDtoday article

08 Mar 07
Congratulations - UK e-Scientist Awarded Prestigious PhD AwardNick Cook formerly a Research Associate on the UK e-Science Gold Project (http://www.goldproject.ac.uk/) has won the EuroSys Roger Needham PhD Award 2007

02 Mar 07
Green Grid sprouts members The Green Grid IT trade body has emerged from a year of radio silence, with much-expanded support and a promise that it is now ready to fulfill its declared mission of advancing energy efficiency in data centers and computing ecosystems. Computer Business Review Online

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