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Issue 34: iSGTW 25 July 2007

 Feature - Data for the people: how to fast-track your network and share the data love

Beef up your network, parcel your petabytes, and share your data with the world.

So you’ve used a grid to split up your job, process it quickly, and then return your results. And you’ve been rewarded with a nice chunky terabyte of data. What will you do with your data now?

Bob Grossman, Director of the National Center for Data Mining at the University of Illinois, Chicago, U.S., says the answer is share, share, share...with everyone.

And he’s creating the infrastructure to make it possible. 

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Opinion - Education

 SOS for education: calling on grid people power
Can yesterday’s education prepare students for tomorrow’s computing?

Raymond M. Rose calls for help from grid communities in bringing education into the 21st century.

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Feature - Grid goes to parliament

 UK Parliament gets up to speed on grid technology
The UK’s new prime minister, Gordon Brown, can contemplate grids over his morning cornflakes thanks to a new parliamentary briefing.  

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Link of the week

/Grids for kids at TryScience
Problem: residents near Mt. Vesuvius in Naples, Italy, have reported minor earthquakes. Is Mt. Vesuvius ready to erupt? Or is this just a false alarm?

Your mission: discover the truth. You must become the Grid Master.

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Animation of the week

Intro to QuarkNet’s Cosmic Ray e-Lab

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