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27 Apr 06
Building the Business Infratructure for the 21st CenturyAIMES, the Advanced Internet Methods and Emergent Systems Centre at the University of Liverpool, will host a seminar on May 11 exploring how the Grid is used today for resource sharing and collaboration. The seminar will also introduce some visionary projects looking at how the Grid can make profound improvements to current best practice.

25 Apr 06
vizNET presents The Case for providing a visualization resource for the National Grid Service

12 Apr 06
Job Opportunities at OMII SouthamptonOMII Southampton is recruiting a number of positions as result of its involvement in OMII-UK and other projects. The Open Middleware Infrastructure Institute UK (http://www.omii.ac.uk) is a major investment by the UK e-Science Programme at the Universities of Southampton, Edinburgh and Manchester.

Last Updated: 22 Jun 12 10:20
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