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16 Apr 04
UCC to host major grid computing event Ireland will be the centre of Europe's drive toward grid computing next week, with the official launch of an important new project.

07 Apr 04
Join the push to make the UK a world leader in grid technology A Department of Trade and Industry-funded taskforce is looking for companies and IT directors to take part in a project to make the UK a world leader in business use of grid technology.

05 Apr 04
EU funds grid computing project EGEE is the successor to the EDG project.

02 Apr 04
From Testbed To Reality: Grid Computing Steps up a Gear

02 Apr 04
Enabling Grids for E-Science in Europe (EGEE), begins

01 Apr 04
UK National Grid Service (NGS) Announcement

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