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21 Jun 02
UK e-Science Core Programme Year 1 Report

20 Jun 02
e-Science Programme Call for Centres of Excellence

20 Jun 02
Call for Computer Fellowships with iVDGL - A new Call for Computer Science Fellowships with the International Virtual-Data Grid Laboratory (iVDGL) in GRID Technologies. iVDGL is a project at the forefront of the US Grid effort involving many of the world s leading Grid researchers. The iVDGL, funded by NSF for $13.65M over five years (directed in the US by Paul Avery and Ian Foster), is a consortium of 15 universities and four national laboratories, will form the world's first true "global Grid".

17 Jun 02
Grid Services Specification (2nd Draft) NOW AVAILABLE

13 Jun 02
GGF5 Update

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