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31 May 05
UK's National Grid Service grows UK's National Grid Service passed a significant milestone in May when Cardiff and Bristol joined as the first non-founder members of the service. After successfully passing the certification process, the proposed...

31 May 05
UK National Grid Service expands ... maturity in the development of grid middleware and the ability to provide a stable grid service," said Tony Hey, director of the UK Core e-Science Programme. ...

19 May 05
Network Links Cancer Studies.. Georgetown's involvement came through ARC's expertise in grid computing -- a capability the liberal arts university is hoping will become one of its marquee ... Washington Post USA

19 May 05
Grid computing 'overhyped' Mark Parsons, the commercial director of the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre (EPCC) and the National e-Science Centre, said at an EPCC seminar in London on ... ZDNet UK

19 May 05
EPSRC e-science director leaves to join Microsoft Tony Hey, director of the UK e-science programme at the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, will be leaving EPSRC to join Microsoft as vice ... ResearchResearch - UK

18 May 05
Microsoft Names Tony Hey Corporate Vice President for Technical ... ... as one of the pre-eminent researchers in the field of parallel computing, most recently as director of the United Kingdom's ambitious e-Science Initiative. ... I-Newswire.com (press release) - USA

18 May 05
Tony Hey to join Microsoft as Corporate Vice President Currently Director of the UK's e-Science Programme, Tony Hey has been a member of staff of the School of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) since 1986 ... University of Southampton

17 May 05
Tony Hey joins Microsoft The UK e-Science Core Programme Director Professor Tony Hey is joining Microsoft Corp. as a corporate Vice President to coordinate the software giant's Technical Computing Initiative. Professor Hey will officially take up his new post in July, but will continue to direct the e-Science Programme until October.

13 May 05
Grid computing: a real-world solution? Register - London,England,UK Analysis The problem with grid computing has traditionally been tying it down into a real-world context. The theory is great -- getting ...

11 May 05
EGA's Reference Model Beckons Enterprises to Grid Monsters and Critics - Glasgow,UK ... of Sun and Oracle, as well as from EGA's enterprise user companies, the financial services firm UBS Investment Bank and the United Kingdom's e-Science Programme ...

10 May 05
EPSRC Studentships Available for e-Science MScApplications for the 2005/06 intake of the new e-Science MSc/Diploma programme at the University of Edinburgh are still being accepted, and EPSRC studentships are available to support some eligible students taking this programme. Further details of the programme can be found by following the link above or can be obtained by emailing the Programme Director, Dr Bob Mann (rgm@roe.ac.uk).

03 May 05
GGF News The Global Grid Forum has approved two new groups namely: The OGSA-D-WG co-chaired by Dave Berry (National e-Science Centre) and Allen Luniewski (IBM) and The ByteIO-WG co-chaired by Mark Morgan (University of Virginia) and Neil Chue Hong (EPCC, University of Edinburgh).

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