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25 Aug 10
AHM2008 Article one of the top 10 Phil Trans A downloadsSector and Sphere: the design and implementation of a high-performance data cloud, a paper given by Yunhong Gu and Robert Grossman at the 2008 All Hands meeting has been one of the top articles downloaded from the 'Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society A 2009' website.

See: http://rsta.royalsocietypublishing.org/site/misc/top_ten.xhtml

20 Aug 10
NGS Innovation Forum '10 - call for abstracts

The NGS Innovation Forum '10 will be held at STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory on the 23rd - 24th November 2010.

The two day event will showcase the impact that the NGS has had on research in the UK, allow delegates to find out more about using the NGS in applied research, enable IT staff to find out how their institution can benefit from the NGS, and how you can contribute to and influence the future development of the NGS. At the Innovation Forum there will be a poster session featuring peer reviewed posters from NGS users highlighting their use of the NGS and the impact it has had on their research.

The abstracts will be reviewed by members of the Programme Committee for the event who include NGS staff, researchers, IT support staff and top NGS users. A prize for best poster will be offered with voting performed by delegates at a dedicated poster viewing session on Tuesday evening.

For more details please see the call for abstracts website. The deadline for abstracts is the 10th of September.

Last Updated: 22 Jun 12 10:20
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