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Issue 55: iSGTW 19 December 2007

  •  Feature - Grids don't take vacation
  •  Opinion - Five years on: the Asia Pacific in the global grid
  •  Feature - Behind the scenes with Mission Control: managing massive grid projects
  •  Link of the week - GridRepublic performs at 700-plus teraflops
  •  Image of the week - Postcard from holiday: wish you were here
  •  Announcement - Registration open: 3rd Grid and e-Collaboration Workshop for the Earth Science Community
  •  Announcement - DEISA and GridAustralia demo HIV drug simulations over grids
  • Issue 54: iSGTW 12 December 2007

  •  Feature - Montage a rising star in grid-enabled mosaics
  •  Opinion - The rise of parallelism (and other computing challenges)
  •  Resources - Get on the grid with OSG Education
  •  Link of the week - Rosetta@home vid to crack 20,000 YouTube views
  •  Image of the week - DILIGENT crunches Flickr over EGEE
  •  Announcement - ParaMEDIC enables worldwide supercomputer for bioinformatics
  •  Announcement - High Performance Computing and Grids, 30 June to 4 July, Centraro, Italy
  •  Announcement - Free registration: EU-IndiaGrid Conference, 13-14 December 2007, Bangalore, India
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    Issue 53: iSGTW 05 December 2007

  •  Feature - Results from the SC07 Challenges: Analytics, Bandwidth, Cluster and Storage
  •  Feature - Open Science Grid crunches through CMS simulations
  •  Feature - The world's climate data from a one-stop-shop
  •  Link of the week - Sharkrunners
  •  Image of the week - Journey to the center of the Sun
  •  Announcement - Maine students to benefit from new scientific grid portal
  •  Announcement - Applications open: Florida International Grid School
  •  Announcement - Call for participation: International Workshop on Campus Grids and Scientific Applications, Austria
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    Issue 52: iSGTW 28 November 2007

  •  Feature - The path more travelled by: grids help track human migration
  •  Feature - Fighting the flu: grids help solve the mystery of proton transport
  •  Feature - Achieving interoperability between Shibboleth and gLite
  •  Link of the week - International Journal of Grid Computing
  •  Image of the week - In the beginning
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: WaGe08, 25-28 January, Kunming, China
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: CiSE special issue on HPC education
  •  Announcement - Free workshop on data center design: 12-13 February, Illinois
  •  Announcement - Registration open: Building Effective Virtual Organizations, 14-16 January, Washington DC
  • Issue 51: iSGTW 21 November 2007

  •  Opinion - Anticipating futures: engineering expectations of ubiquitous computing
  •  Feature - PRIUS: a global university for a borderless future
  •  Feature - Grid Technology Cookbook provides recipe for success
  •  Link of the week - Online learning: the International Winter School on Grid Computing
  •  Image of the week - LHC data transport at SC07
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: HPDC, 23-27 June, Boston
  •  Announcement - Registration open: 3rd EGEE User Forum, 11-14 February, France
  •  Announcement - Florida International Grid School: 23-25 January, Florida
  • Issue 50: iSGTW 14 November 2007

  •  Opinion - Celebrating one year of International Science Grid This Week
  •  Opinion - Me, my friends, our grid: bringing people together for great science
  •  Editorial - Snapshot of the future from the floor of SC07
  •  Link of the week - The latest on the Large Hadron Collider
  •  Image of the week - Scenes from SC07
  •  Announcement - Canadian researchers Help Conquer Cancer
  •  Announcement - Florida International Grid School: 23-25 January, U.S.
  •  Announcement - 4th BELIEF brainstorming session: 26-27 November, UK
  •  Announcement - SURA releases Grid Technology Cookbook
  • Issue 49: iSGTW 07 November 2007

  •  Feature - I'm being shadowed: voices from the GAP
  •  Feature - "CIC-On-Duty": smooth operations behind the scenes
  •  Feature - Distributed security: keeping Open Science Grid closed to intruders
  •  Link of the week - Women in information technology
  •  Image of the week - All about ALICE
  •  Announcement - Royal request for time to kick-start Mediterranean e-infrastructures
  •  Announcement - New Internet2 IDEA award for revolutionary uses of advanced networking
  •  Announcement - OSG site administrators to discuss deployment of OSG 0.8.0
  •  Announcement - Registration open: Clever Collections, Melbourne, Australia
  •  Announcement - iSGTW celebrates one year
  • Issue 48: iSGTW 31 October 2007

  •  Feature - Grids work like a CHARMM for molecular dynamics
  •  Feature - Risk vs. return: grids reveal secrets of entrepreneurial success
  •  Feature - edutain@grid: massively multi-player "killer" grid applications
  •  Link of the week - AIBO learns new tricks using grids
  •  Image of the week - MAGIC: low-energy gamma-ray astronomy on a grid
  •  Announcement - IEEE T-ASE special issue on Scientific Workflow Management and Applications
  •  Announcement - Travel support grants available for e-Science 2007, Bangalore, India
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts: 3rd EGEE User Forum, Clermont-Ferrand, France
  •  Announcement - Registration open: 3rd EELA Conference, Catania, Italy
  • Issue 47: iSGTW 24 October 2007

  •  Feature - Secure enough? Re-assessment of the world's most used hash function
  •  Feature - Ground-shaking research relies on Herculean computing
  •  Technology - Grid in a box makes virtual grids a piece of cake
  •  Link of the week - reCAPTCHA: stop spam, read books, beat the bots
  •  Image of the week - New results from Fight AIDS at Home
  •  Announcement - BOINC-based climate change experiment scoops PRIX EUROPA award
  •  Announcement - Call for applications: Cyber-Enabled Discovery and Innovation Program
  •  Announcement - Have your say on the direction of iSGTW
  • Issue 46: iSGTW 17 October 2007

  •  Feature - Open Grid Forum maintains focus on 2010 goal
  •  Technology - The GridSims: real tools for simulated parallel and distributed computing
  •  Feature - Connecting the cancer community through grid technology
  •  Link of the week - Visualizing the state of your grid with GridMaps
  •  Image of the week - Stellar performance
  •  Announcement - LHC@home makes new home in UK
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: NORDUnet2008
  •  Announcement - UK National Grid Service Applications Repository released

  • Issue 45: iSGTW 10 October 2007

  •  Feature - Electing for transparency: politics, grid computing and partisan gerrymandering 
  •  Feature - Europe and China working together to optimize network layer
  •  Opinion - Scattered, sectioned and super-sized: sysadmin challenges and grids
  •  Link of the week - Pit your wit against the World Checkers Champion
  •  Image of the week - Acoustic field of a supersonic jet
  •  Announcement - EGEE announces dates for EGEE '08 and calls for User Forum abstracts
  •  Announcement - HPC Ph.D. Fellowship Program closes 30 October
  •  Announcement - Krakow '07 Grid Conference, 15-17 October, Krakow, Poland
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: TERENA "Beyond connectivity" 
  • Issue 44: iSGTW 03 October 2007

  •  Feature - EGEE '07 stresses opportunities for cooperation, commercialization and innovation
  •  Feature - Keeping up with Moore's Law
  •  Technology - UNICORE 6: one month on
  •  Link of the week - Choose and start to use your grid
  •  Image of the week - European Grid Initiative steps out with EGEE crowd
  •  Announcement - Registration opens for BEgrid semilar, 16 October, Brussels
  •  Announcement - World Community Grid migrates to BOINC
  •  Announcement - One petaflop and a whole lot of PLAYSTATION
  • Issue 43: iSGTW 26 September 2007

  •  Feature - Disaster management: in safe hands with FireGrid
  •  Feature - Fusion of disciplines powers Russian grid infrastructure
  •  Technology - LiveWN and gLiteDVD: true grid scavaging solutions
  •  Link of the week - One-stop shop for WorldWideScience
  •  Image of the week - World Trade Center North Tower at 0.37 seconds
  •  Announcement - EGEE '07 women's networking lunch
  •  Announcement - UK National Grid Service quadruples storage capacity
  •  Announcement - BEinGRID lauches next two million Euro call 
  • Issue 42: iSGTW 19 September 2007

  •  Feature - ATLAS: the data chain works
  •  Feature - Coming ready or not: will we be ready for the LHC
  •  Technology - Pegasus invites new communities to saddle up
  •  Link of the week - Facetooth?
  •  Image of the week - Our evolving universe
  •  Announcement - David Moses joins PSC as executive director
  •  Announcement - Mardi Gras Conference 2008
  • Issue 41: iSGTW 12 September 2007

  •  Feature - Virolab: a grid-based decision support system for HIV
  •  Feature - Six petabytes: Fermilab hits new record
  •  Feature - Grids point to pollution solutions
  •  Link of the week - What is a grid?
  •  Image of the week - CERN’s PC grid goes TOP500
  •  Announcement - CNRS launches Institut des Grilles
  •  Announcement - Grids and e-Science course: 24-28 September, Spain
  •  Announcement - Third EELA Conference: abstracts due 30 September 
  • Issue 40: iSGTW 05 September 2007

  •  Feature - Polar Grid: entering the ice age
  •  Feature - Grids: a global home for serious science
  •  Feature - AssessGrid: taking the gamble out of grid decisions
  •  Link of the week - SciVee: YouTube for scientists?
  •  Image of the week - Solar magnetic fields
  •  Announcement - High Performance Computing training survey
  • Issue 39: iSGTW 29 August 2007

  •  Feature - Thailand goes tera: scientists connect to the power of ThaiGrid
  •  Opinion - Grids can be green
  •  Feature - Joining the dots: interoperable grids
  •  Link of the week - FennoGrid: gridding with the people
  •  Image of the week - Anti-cancer agent in watery bind
  •  Announcement - Grid Camp 2007, WLCG Tier-2 and EU-IndiaGrid Workshop
  •  Announcement - National Science Foundation fellowships, partnerships and research experiences
  • Issue 38: iSGTW 22 August 2007

  •  Feature - LOOKING to sea: grids reveal our deepest secrets
  •  Technology - Weka4WS: distributed data mining
  •  Feature - Many millions of manuscripts
  •  Acronym of the week - CHEETAH
  •  Image of the week - Dirty laundry
  •  Announcement - Jacquard, DaVinci and Bassi join Open Science Grid
  •  Announcement - Technical innovations for digital collections, Melbourne, Australia, 28-29 November
  • Issue 37: iSGTW 15 August 2007

  •  Feature - Bloody great science: Parallel Blood Flow Simulation using grids
  •  Editorial - Roaming mike: Voices from the OSG Great Plains Summer School
  •  Feature - Reversing brain drain: Grid computing does some innovative plumbing
  •  Acronym of the week - LOBSTER
  •  Image of the week - Fishy business
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: visualization in distributed computing, SC07
  •  Announcement - Registration open for PRAGMA 13, September, Illinois, U.S.
  • Issue 36: iSGTW 08 August 2007

  •  Feature - Picture this: visualization as a tool for data analysis
  •  Opinion - Beyond books: grid technologies for arts and humanities research
  •  Feature - Grids a great tool against gridlock
  •  Link of the week - DIYgrid summer school
  •  Image of the week - Electric sheep
  •  Announcement - NorduGrid 2007: September dates and scholarships
  •  Announcement - E-science in Taiwan, the UK and beyond: UK e-science session
  • Issue 35: iSGTW 01 August 2007

  •  Feature - SimCity, social engineering and 60 million "people"
  •  Feature - @home in Africa: African scientists plug into the global computer
  •  Technology - GridWay: Interoperability without the headache
  •  Link of the week - Open Science Grid: A collaborative approach
  •  Image of the week - The Internet from space?
  •  Announcement - Business plan competition opens its doors to grid technology
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: 3rd EELA Conference, December, Italy
  •  Announcement - EGEE '07 program available online 
  • Issue 34: iSGTW 25 July 2007

  •  Feature - Data for the people: how to fast-track your network
  •  Opinion - SOS for education: calling on grid people power
  •  Feature - UK Parliament gets up to speed on grid technology
  •  Link of the week - Grids for kids at TryScience
  •  Animation of the week - Intro to QuarkNet's Cosmic Ray e-Lab
  •  Announcement - Do-Son school in Hanoi, Vietnam: November dates
  •  Announcement - GEON Cyberinfrastructure Workshop: 3-8 August, Hyderabad, India
  • Issue 33: iSGTW 18 July 2007

  •  Feature - ArchaeoGrid: a window to the past
  •  Opinion - From Moore to Metcalf: the network as the next data platform
  •  Feature - Sao Paulo State University celebrates one year of grid success
  •  Acronym of the week - GridAE
  •  Image of the week - Does this compute? Not really
  •  Announcement - EGEE '07: early bird registration extended
  •  Announcement - Scientific Instruments & Sensors in the Grid: call for papers
  •  Announcement - E-Science 2007 conference: call for papers 
  • Issue 32: iSGTW 11 July 2007

  •  Feature - To bee or not to bee? Bee society and the human condition
  •  Opinion - Grid: goldmine for entrepreneurs?
  •  Feature - More than just computing power: earth science on EGEE
  •  Acronym of the week - SE4SEE
  •  Image of the week - Close the cellular gates
  •  Announcement - EGEE '07: early bird registration extended
  •  Announcement - Scientific Instruments & Sensors in the Grid: call for papers
  •  Announcement - E-Science 2007 conference: call for papers
  •  Announcement - ISC'08 dates set on heels of record ISC'07 
  • Issue 31: iSGTW 04 July 2007

  •  Feature - Summer of learning: what's with all these summer schools?
  •  Opinion - Volunteer computing: grid or not grid?
  •  Feature - Malaysian universities urged to use grid
  •  Acronym of the week - NEESit
  •  Image of the week - A rising valley
  •  Announcement - EGEE '07: call for posters and demos
  •  Announcement - LSGrid2007: deadline extended on call for papers
  •  Announcement - Have your say: gLite middleware commercial training feasibility survey 
  • Issue 30: iSGTW 27 June 2007

  •  Feature - Growing the fleet: E-infrastructure in the Mediterranean
  •  Opinion - Extreme makeover: humanities research goes digital
  •  Feature - Adaptive fault tolerance for improved reliability
  •  Link of the week - Power through your data with data turbine
  •  Image of the week - Dynamics of cortical change
  •  Announcement - Record number of exhibitors strut stuff at ISC'07
  •  Announcement - OMII-Europe training courses: 11-12 and 13 July
  • Issue 29: iSGTW 20 June 2007

  •  "11" /> Feature - Grid technology, relativity and the Aurora Borealis
  •  Opinion - Should you have access to high end computing?
  •  Feature - Protein origami: function follows form
  •  Acronym of the week: PAGASA
  •  Image of the week - On the hunt for the Higgs
  •  Announcement - 2nd BalticGrid Summer School: 2-6 July
  •  Announcement - Open Science Grid Users' Meeting: 26 and 27 July
  •  Announcement - Great Plains Summer School: 8-10 August
  • Issue 28: iSGTW 13 June 2007

  •  Feature - A conversation with TeraGrid's Dane Skow
  •  Feature - Grid usability on the up
  •  Feature - Kiwis just love being the BeST
  •  Link of the week - How to help humanity?
  •  Image of the week - Tissue analysis with grids
  •  Announcement - EGEE '07 registration opens
  •  Announcement - School's in: EGRIS-2 calls for applications
  • Issue 27: iSGTW 06 June 2007

  •  Feature - Working the Camera: Real-Time Grid-Powered Surveillance
  •  Feature - Indiana Universities Prepare for New Speed Record
  •  Feature - Going Mobile: Extending Grid to the Lower End
  •  Statistic of the Week - 26
  •  Image of the Week - Science on Top of the World
  •  Announcement - Open Grid Forum Sets October Dates for OGF 21
  •  Announcement - Call for Papers, Posters and Demos: eScience 2007, Bangalore
  • Issue 26: iSGTW 30 May 2007

  •  Feature - EuIndiaGrid
  •  Feature - Grid Power in Five Minutes?
  •  Feature - Data processing playground for the climate of tomorrow
  •  Acronym of the Week - DAGMan
  •  Image of the Week - Wim Klein
  •  Annoucement -  TACC Summer Supercomputing Institute 
  •  Announcement - BELIEF-EELA e-Infrastructures Conference 
  • Issue 25: iSGTW 23 May 2007

  • Feature - DZero: Doing Double Duty
  • Feature - Taiwan's Tier-1 Connects Asian-Pacific
  • Feature - From High Performance Computing to Grid
  • Statistic of the Week - 318
  • Image of the Week - Studying the Process of Learning 
  • Issue 24: iSGTW 16 May 2007

  • Feature - Health-e-Child Prepares for Deployment
  • Editorial - OGF20/EGEE User Forum
  • Feature - Meeting the Ethanol Challenge
  • Statistic of the Week - 272,200
  • Image of the Week - Warpings of Space-time
  • Announcement - HPDC Seeks Hot Topics
  • Announcement - Multi-threading and Parallelism Workshop at CERN

  • Issue 23: iSGTW 09 May 2007

  • Feature - New Weapons Identified in the Battle Against Hospital Superbugs
  • Feature - Midwest Grid Workshop
  • Feature - LCG-France: Ramping-up for the LHC
  • Link of the Week - Gridcast.org
  • Image of the Week - LHC Family Album
  • Announcement - New TeraGrid Director
  • Announcement - Joint EGEE-SEEGrid School
  • Issue 22: iSGTW 02 May 2007

  • Feature - Little Particles, Big Implications
  • Feature - Simulating Type Ia Supernovae on DEISA
  • Feature - HealthGrid 2007 Looks Towards the Future
  • Link of the Week - Grid Technology Training at Georgetown University
  • Image of the Week - Neurons in Action
  • Announcement - APAC 07: Call for Papers
  • Announcement - Register now for the DEISA Symposium
  • Issue 21: iSGTW 25 April 2007

  • Feature - Profile: Medical Research on the Erasmus Computing Grid
  • Feature - Event: Cairo Hosts an International Grid School
  • Feature: Experiment Dashboard for the LHC
  • Statistic of the Week - 250
  • Image of the Week - Warpings of Space-time
  • Announcement - HPDC 2007: Registration Opens
  • Announcement - German e-Science Conference 2007: Registration Open
  • Issue 20: iSGTW 18 April 2007

  • Feature - Profile: Open Science Grid: Living up to its Name
  • Feature- Science: Earthshaking Images
  • Feature - OpEd: Grids in the Blogosphere
  • Acronym of the Week - AtlanTICC Alliance
  • Image of the Week: India's National Grid Computing Initiative
  • Issue 19: iSGTW 11 April 2007

  • Feature - Profile: GridPP - the UK Grid for Particle Physics
  • Feature- Education: Fermilab Postdoc Gets Word out About the Grid
  • Feature - Infrastructure: Pacific Rim Researchers Collaborate to Study Avian Flu
  • Link of the Week: The Grid University
  • Image of the Week: Modeling Columbia River Water Flow
  • Announcement: TeraGrid '07 Speakers
  • Announcement: Funding for GridPP 3
  • Issue 18: iSGTW 04 April 2007

  • Feature - Profile: EGEE-II - Grid for Research
  • Feature: NYS Grid - Spreading the Word
  • Feature: Open Science Grid Workshop in Argentina
  • Statistic of the Week: 1,000
  • Image of the Week: LHC Exhibit at London's Science Museum
  • Announcement: Scholarships Available for Masters Program
  • Announcement: Training Session Following OGF 20 and EGEE User Forum
  • Issue 17: iSGTW 28 March 2007

  • Feature: Captured in Ice
  • Feature - Opinion: The Coming Software Ecosystem?
  • Feature: Grid Operations Center - Ready to Help
  • Link of the Week: Web Cams in the ATLAS Cavern
  • Image of the Week: Modeling Heat Transfer in Planetary Interiors
  • Announcement: CERN School of Computing 2007
  • Announcement: iSGTW Tags
  • Issue 16: iSGTW 21 March 2007

  • Feature: Grids Battle Against Cancer
  • Feature: Open Science Grid Takes Stock and Sets New Goals
  • Feature: Gridifying Geant4
  • Acronym of the Week: GIMPS
  • Image of the Week: Modeling Underground Waterflow
  • Announcement: International Summer School for Grid Computing 2007
  • Announcement: UK e-Science All Hands Meeting - Call for Participation 
  • Issue 15: iSGTW 14 March 2007

  • Feature: Counting the Clouds
  • Feature: First TeraGrid Student Team Competition
  • Feature: Europe Looks Forward to EGI
  • Link of the Week: New TeraGrid Web site
  • Image of the Week: Dark Energy Survey on OSG
  • t;Issue 14: iSGTW 07 March 2007

  • Feature: The CMS "Top 100"
  • Feature: Grids go to Market
  • Feature: Parallel Evolution: DILIGENT and ETICS
  • Statistic of the Week: 4.3 million
  • Image of the Week: Forecasting air quality with CHIMERE
  • Announcement: ISC '07 - Registration Open
  • Announcement: CHEP 2007 - Registration Open
  • Issue 13: iSGTW 28 February 2007

  • Feature: Worldwide Grids, Worldwide Science
  • Feature: Computers and the New Face of Science
  • Feature: Finance Sector Goes for Grids
  • Link of the Week: Simulation Tools for Nanotechnology
  • Image of the Week: Traffic Information Grid
  • Announcement: Grid 2007 - Call for Papers
  • Announcement: 2007 Midwest Grid Workshop - Call for Participation
  • Issue 12: iSGTW 21 February 2007

  • Feature: Widening the Gateway to India
  • Feature: Ensuring a Grid Without Boundaries
  • Feature: Making the Earth Move
  • Link of the Week: New to Grid Computing?
  • Image of the Week: Man and Motherboard
  • Issue 11: iSGTW 14 February 2007

  • Feature: LEADing Weather Research
  • Feature: Kids Enjoy Grids
  • Feature: Unlocking Secrets of the Heart
  • Statistic of the Week: 100
  • Sound of the Week: Listening to Volcanoes
  • Announcement: Grids Featured in Three Sessions at 2007 AAAS Annual Meeting
  • Image of the Week: China National Grid
  • Issue 10: iSGTW 07 February 2007

  • Feature: Geneticists' Gateway to the Grid
  • Feature: Preparing for the Large Hadron Collider
  • Feature: SDSC Experts Help Navajos Build "An Internet to the Hogan"
  • Link of the Week: Results Posted for BBC Climate Experiment
  • Image of the Week: The Earliest Sources of Light
  • Announcement: Full-Text RSS Feed Now Available
  • Announcement: Deadline Extension for EGEE User Forum
  • Issue 9: iSGTW 31 January 2007

  • Feature: Caltech and TeraGrid See the Big Picture
  • Feature: GLUE for the Grid
  • Editorial: Introducing the New Editor
  • Acronym of the Week: ISSeG
  • Image of the Week: Gravitational Waves
  • Announcement: CERN openlab 2007 Student Program
  • Announcement Roundup
  • Issue 8: iSGTW 24 January 2007

  • Opinion: grid, Grid, or GRID?
  • Feature: Grid Contests Draw Participants from Three Continents
  • Feature: The Fuel Cell Cometh
  • Statistic of the Week: 3200
  • Image of the Week: Understanding Galactic Phenomena with WestGrid
  • Announcement: Call for Papers for CLADE 2007 Workshop
  • Announcement: Call for Papers for First IBERGRID Conference
  • Issue 7: iSGTW 17 January 2007

  • Feature: Live Crunching in Switzerland
  • Feature: Meeting the Data Transfer Challenge
  • Feature: New Chip May Boost Particle Physics Grid Power
  • Link of the Week: Defining the Grid: A Snapshot on the Current View
  • Image of the Week: Fusion on the Grid
  • Announcement: Call for Mini-Workshop Proposals for UK e-Science All Hands Meeting
  • Announcement: International Supercomputing Conference Issues Calls for Papers, Posters, BoF Sessions
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