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29 Apr 08
e-Science Centres Win Continued FundingFour UK e-Science Centres have been awarded grants totalling just under 4m to continue developing new e-Science technologies and promote their adoption in academia and industry over the next five years. The centres are: the National e-Science Centre (NeSC, based at the universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow); the Belfast e-Science Centre (BeSC, based at Queen's University Belfast); the South-East Regional e-Research Consortium (SEReRC, based at Oxford , Reading and Southampton universities); and the White Rose Grid e-Science Centre (based at the universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York ).

28 Apr 08
e-Science Centres win continued fundingFour UK e-Science Centres have been awarded grants totalling just under 4m to continue developing new e-Science technologies and promote their adoption in academia and industry over the next five years. The centres are: the National e-Science Centre (NeSC, based at the universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow); the Belfast e-Science Centre (BeSC, based at Queen's University Belfast); the South-East Regional e-Research Consortium (SEReRC, based at Oxford , Reading and Southampton universities); and the White Rose Grid e-Science Centre (based at the universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York ).

21 Apr 08
Datacentres move towards virtualised futureIan Osborne, project director at grid computing trade association Intellect, predicts that although the benefits of virtualisation could extend to storage ...ComputerWeekly.com

10 Apr 08
Unlocking The Internet Of The Future The Internet, as we know it, could be obsolete within a decade due to work by boffins in Switzerland.

06 Apr 08
Coming soon: superfast internetDavid Britton, professor of physics at Glasgow University and a leading figure in the grid project, believes grid technologies could "revolutionise" society. "With this kind of computing power, future generations will have the ability to collaborate and communicate in ways older people like me cannot even imagine," he said.... The Times Online

05 Apr 08
Radar: Building HIV resistence using grid computingThe processing power of grid computing will be used by University College London (UCL) this year to develop treatments that could be more effective in the ... computerweekly.com

03 Apr 08
Cutting edge computing helps discover the origin of lifeThe National Grid Service in the UK and the TeraGrid in the US have joined forces to help University College London scientists shed light on how life on ...

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