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29 Sep 06
Shining Examples of Grid ApplicationsUsers in more than 150 Virtual Organisations from fields as diverse as Biomedicine, Earth Sciences and High-Energy Physics are now using the distributed computing infrastructure of the Enabling Grids for E-sciencE (EGEE) project

26 Sep 06
New Partnership will Empower UK e-ScienceA partnership which will help ensure the UK's international leadership in e-Science has been launched at the country?s premiere e-Science event.

15 Sep 06
Building Community Grids... During the last 12 months, we have analyzed the UK e-Science Program, the US TeraGrid, Naregi in Japan, ChinaGrid, the European EGEE and the German D-Grid ...GRIDtoday article

15 Sep 06
Day Two Musings From GridWorld 06... OGF20 will take place May 7-11 in Manchester, England, where it will partner with the UK e-Science program and co-locate with EGEE....GRIDtoday article

14 Sep 06
UK e-Science Programme wins award for leadership in grid computingThe UK e-Science Programme has won a prestigious international award in the inaugural GRIDtoday Readers? and Editors? Choice Awards which are presented at the GridWorld conference in

14 Sep 06
UK e-Science -- Grids and Research in Action..E-Science has the ambitious vision of transforming research and industry using advanced Grid computing as a catalyst. It is driven by demanding application projects and by engagement with industry. Today it engages..

13 Sep 06
UK e-Science Wins GridToday AwardThe UK e-Science Programme has won a prestigious international award in the inaugural GRIDtoday Readers' and Editors' Choice Awards which were presented at the GridWorld conference in Washington DC today....

12 Sep 06
Open Grid Forum Completes Merger Integration... Tony Hey (Microsoft); Mike Szelong (Network Appliance); Bob Thome (Oracle); Chris Purpura (Platform Computing); Malcolm Atkinson (UK e-Science); Dr. Bill ...

11 Sep 06
Achievements, Challenges and New Opportunities Fifth UK e-Science All Hands Meeting 18-21 September 2006, East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham

08 Sep 06
October 4th 2006, Grid Computing Now! Web Seminar1pm - 2pm The next-generation internet: Business opportunities and challenges for Grid markets. Speakers include: Prof John Darlington, Imperial College London and Prof. Dennis Kehoe, Director AiMeS. The webinar will describe new mechanisms for business enabled by the next generation internet and computing infrastructures.

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