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Issue 105: iSGTW 17 December 2008

  •  Feature - ALICE prepares for study of primordial plasma
  •  Feature - Ion channel simulations on UK's NGS
  •  Feature - Truth serum for researchers on the grid
  •  Acronym of the week -  EUCALYPTUS
  •  Wish of the week - Happy holidays! Next issue 7 Jan 2009
  •  Announcement - Open Science Grid All hands meeting, 2-5 Mar 2009
  •  Announcement - PRACE winter school on petascale computing, 10-13 Feb 2009
  •  Announcement - Reader survey this month
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
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    Issue 104: iSGTW 10 December 2008

  •  Feature - World's "most sophisticated thermometer" to go into space
  •  Opinion - A matter of trust
  •  Feature - Massive new digital storage library for atmospheric research
  •  Link of the week -  Virtually attend E-science
  •  Image of the week - Europeana
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, High Performance Distributed Computing, Munich, Germany
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts, EELA-2, Bogota, Colombia
  •  Announcement - Call for participants, International Winter School in Grid Computing
  •  Announcement - Reader survey this month
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
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    Issue 103: iSGTW 3 December 2008

  •  Feature - Protein structure: taking it to the bank
  •  Feature - Enter the age of computer merchants
  •  Feature - How do you run a million jobs?
  •  Link of the week -  Welcome to a new GridCafé
  •  Award of the week - Heath-e-Child wins best exhibit at ICT2008
  •  Announcement - Second international winter school in grid computing, apply by 12 January
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, PaCT 2009, submission deadline 20 January
  •  Announcement - Reader survey coming this month
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
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    Issue 102: iSGTW 26 November 2008

  •  Feature - Fight AIDS at home
  •  Feature - Cruise control for E-science
  •  Feature - A virtual universe
  •  Link of the week -  Just how big a number is that?
  •  Image of the week - True to life 
  •  Announcement - BELIEF at ICT 2008, 25-27 Nov, Lyons, France
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, TaPP'09, San Francisco, California
  •  Announcement - Grid Computing in Biology, 10-12 Dec, Sydney, Australia
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, Grids Meets Autonomic Computing, 19 Jan, Barcelona
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
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    Issue 101: iSGTW 19 November 2008

  •  Feature - Cluster Challenge at SC08
  •  Feature - Zero-carbon data centers
  •  Profile - People behind the grid: Simon Lin
  •  Link of the week -  GridCast from Austin
  •  Image of the week - Scenes from the SC08 exhibition hall
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, ICWM, Geneva, deadline 5 Jan 2009
  •  Announcement - Belief & 6CHOICE: Distance Learning, New Delhi, 28-29 Jan 2009
  •  Announcement - SSOKU09, 13-14 Jan 2009, Brussels
  •  Announcement - CITSA 2009: Submission deadine 10 Dec 2008
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
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    Issue 100: iSGTW 12 November 2008

  •  Feature - Editorial: iSGTW and the future
  •  Feature - Where are they now?
  •  Feature - Security through collaboration, part II
  •  Link of the week -  Parallel processing
  •  Video of the week - Jive talkin'
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, 14 Nov, IST Africa, Uganda
  •  Announcement - Advance registration ends, 16 Nov, HiPC, Bangalore, India
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, 15 Dec, Scientific Sensors on the Grid
  •  Announcement - SiPE Workshops, 27 Jan, Ohio University
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
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    Issue 99: iSGTW 5 November 2008

  •  Feature - Geocluster open for business
  •  Feature - SDSC investigates Parkinson′s-Alzheimer′s interactions
  •  Feature - Today's cyber security climate
  •  Link of the week -  We′ll always have Paris
  •  Video of the week - Polar Grid
  •  Announcement - Call for session proposals: 4th EGEE user forum, due 15 Dec
  •  Announcement - EDGeS & AlmereGrid workshops, Almere, The Netherlands, 27-28 Nov
  •  Announcement - NVIDIA to host CUDA tutorial at SC08, 17 Nov, Austin, Texas
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
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    Issue 98: iSGTW 29 October 2008

  •  Feature - A fine-grained approach to cool simulations
  •  Feature - Profile - People behind the grid: Erwin Laure
  •  Feature - Cycle-harvesting around campus in Singapore
  •  Link of the week -  Science Direct
  •  Image of the week - Medical Data Manager
  •  Announcement - NeAT Call for input: eResearch tools and services
  •  Announcement - Special Room Rates, OTM Participants, 10-14 Nov Monterrey
  •  Announcement - SC 08 Tutorials, 16-17 Nov, Austin, Texas
  •  Announcement - IRODS: Workshop Registration, 10 Jan, Lyons, France
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
  • Issue 97: iSGTW 22 October 2008

  •  Feature - NYSGrid and the Lord of the Wings
  •  Opinion - LHC Inauguration day
  •  Feature - Catching quakes with laptops
  •  Link of the week -  Cloud and grid: complementary technologies
  •  Image of the week - Molecular dynamics on DEISA: lipids, licorice and lines
  •  Announcement - Call for proposals: location of EGI.org
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts: 4th EGEE user forum
  •  Announcement - PRACE hosts scientific workshop during ICT 2008
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
  • Issue 96: iSGTW 15 October 2008

  •  Feature - Opportunistic storage increases grid job success rate
  •  Opinion - Reaching for the Exa-scale
  •  Feature - Tracking malaria vaccines
  •  Link of the week -  LHC Inauguration
  •  Image of the week - CMS
  •  Announcement - Call for tutorials, HPCC, Boulder Colorado
  •  Announcement - Abstracts deadline, 30 Nov, Terena Conference
  •  Announcement - NorduGrid, 27-31 Oct, Budapest
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
  •  Issue 95: iSGTW 8 October 2008

  •  Feature - Celebrating the development of the LHC grid
  •  Feature - Stateside at the bi-continental LHC Grid Fest 
  •  Feature - Istanbul roundup
  •  Link of the week - What is the grid anyway?
  •  Image of the week - GridFest video
  •  Announcement - OSG Site Administrators Workshop
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, e-Social Science, 26 Jan, Cologne
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, IEEE, Shanghai, 30 Nov deadline
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
  • Issue 94: iSGTW 1 October 2008

  •  Feature -No excuse for under-utilization: Clemson back-fills with BOINC
  •  Feature - People behind the LHC grid: A Bird's eye view
  •  Feature - We must not be afraid of the future: EGEE to EGI
  •  Link of the week - UCLA finds first Mersenne Prime over 10M digits
  •  Image of the week - Fostering conditions to leverage CI that surrounds us
  •  Announcement - LHC Grid Fest
  •  Announcement - Ultralight/PLaNetS tutorial, 2 December, Miami, FL
  •  Announcement - OTM federated conference, Monterrey, Mexico, 9-14 Nov
  •  Announcement - GEANT security toolset training, Feb 09
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
  • Issue 93: iSGTW 24 September 2008

  •  Feature - Grids meet aliens and androids
  •  Feature - JobGrid connects Chinese graduates with employers
  •  Feature - NSF's Office of CI: the first two years
  •  Link of the week - How the LHC might change the Web
  •  Image of the week - EGEE 08 this week in Istanbul
  •  Announcement - LHC Grid Fest
  •  Announcement - AAF Shibboleth rollout workshop, Oct-Nov 08
  •  Announcement - NOBUGS 2008, Sydney, 3-5 November
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
  • Issue 92: iSGTW 17 September 2008

  •  Feature - Ancient musical instrument comes back to life
  •  Feature - Grid helps to clip wings on avian flu
  •  Feature - People behind the LHC grid: Michel Vetterli
  •  Link of the week - NGS, Grids, Kids and more
  •  Image of the week - Plus ca change
  •  Announcement - New center for study of human origins in San Diego
  •  Announcement - 2nd European summit on interoperability in eGovernment
  •  Announcement - NSF selects LSU researcher as TeraGrid GIG Dir of Science
  •  Announcement - New jobs in grid this week
  • Issue 91: iSGTW 10 September 2008

  •  Editorial - Beam Day
  •  Feature - Podcasting from beam day
  •  Feature - People behind the LHC grid: Wesley Smith
  •  Link of the week - What's goin' on
  •  Image of the week - ATLAS
  •  Announcement - Submit your articles, Belief's Zero-in Magazine
  •  Announcement - Parallel computing workshop, Oklahoma, 6 Oct
  •  Announcement -  eResearch Australasia, Melbourne, Australia, 28 Sep
  •  Announcement - Registration open, e-IRG, Paris, 21 Oct
  • Issue 90: iSGTW 3 September 2008

  •  Feature - DICE research group moves to North Carolina
  •  Feature - Guardian Angels at the ready
  •  Feature - Mega grids for mega science
  •  Link of the week - SDSC director urges academia to make CI Real
  •  Image of the week - A quest for quiet speed
  •  Announcement - Digital geography in a Web 2.0 world event, Manchester, UK
  •  Announcement - EGEE 2008 Business track
  •  Announcement - New jobs in grid this week
  • Issue 89: iSGTW 27 August 2008

  •  Feature - Tevatron brings Higgs particle one step closer
  •  Feature - People behind the LHC grid: Mariusz Lapinski
  •  Feature - Open Science Grid 1.0: Stable, secure, reliable
  •  Link of the week -  Virtual reconstruction of a prairie
  •  Image of the week - ChinaGrid 2008 Opening Ceremony
  •  Announcement - Call for chapter proposals, Grid technologies for eHealth
  •  Announcement - Grid camp and HEPiX fall 2008 meeting, Taipei
  •  ; /> Announcement - Call for papers: 2nd IMETI conference
  •  Announcement - New jobs in grid this week
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    Issue 88: iSGTW 20 August 2008

  •  Feature - People behind the LHC grid: Jamie Shiers
  •  Feature - GEON
  •  Feature - BNL takes a cue from nuclear physics
  •  Link of the week -  Watching the clock
  •  Image of the week - One view of the LHC
  •  Announcement - Call for Participation, MidWest Grid School, Chicago, 30 August
  •  Announcement - Cyberinfrastructures and Archaeology, Tuscany, Italy
  •  Announcement - Poster deadline, 4th IEEE Conference, Indianapolis, 14 Sept
  •  Announcement - New jobs in grid this week
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    Issue 87: iSGTW 13 August 2008

  •  Feature - Almost starting-up the LHC
  •  Feature - STAR of the show
  •  Feature - Youngest-ever attendee at grid summer school?
  •  Link of the week -  LHC at home
  •  Image of the week - Go ask ALICE
  •  Announcement - UNL-CMS tier-3 Sysadmin job opening
  •  Announcement - Call for Exhibitors, eChallenges, Stockholm, 15 August
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  •  Announcement - Submissions open, AGU Meeting, San Francisco, 10 Sept
  • Issue 86: iSGTW 6 August 2008

  •  Feature - Anthrax and the grid
  •  Opinion - What clouds and grids can learn from each other
  •  Feature - Chronopolis
  •  Link of the week -  LHC, the underground movie
  •  Image of the week - Summertime on the Dubna
  •  Announcement - UNL-CMS tier-3 Sysadmin job opening
  •  Announcement - Report on data management practices
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
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    Issue 85: iSGTW 30 July 2008

  •  Feature - ORIENT grid project supports Chinese earthquake aid work
  •  Feature - Preparing for the dark energy survey
  •  Feature - The future of public health: The grid gains traction
  •  Link of the week - Life sciences database
  •  Image of the week - Passion for physics
  •  Announcement - Job opening: UNL-CMS Tier-3 systems administrator
  •  Announcement - U.K. competition: Grid computing for a greener planet
  •  Announcement - Joint conference, Biomedical Informatics Without Borders
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    Issue 84: iSGTW 23 July 2008

  •  Feature - Zooming in on galaxy formation
  •  Feature - Electron tomography without the headaches
  •  Feature - Steele barn raising at Purdue  
  •  Link of the week - ACTION-Grid for healthcare
  •  Image of the week - For newbies: Applications as grid jobs
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  •  Announcement - Call for Papers: 2008 Microsoft eScience Workshop, 7-9 Dec, Indianapolis 
  •  Announcement - NSF Funds UIC to build new virtual reality display
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: Journal of Grid Computing
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    Issue 83: iSGTW 16 July 2008

  •  Feature - Virtual infrastructure
  •  Feature - GreLC at Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change
  •  Feature - Sao Paulo grid
  •  Link of the week - What our readers said
  •  Image of the week - Live from Budapest
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  •  Announcement - e-IRG workshop, Paris, 21-22 October
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, HPC Asia, Taiwan, 1 August
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    Issue 82: iSGTW 9 July 2008

  •  Feature - WCG to tackle rice crisis
  •  Feature - This time it is brain surgery
  •  Feature - Taking the LEAD on adaptive weather forecasting
  •  Link of the week - People behind the projects
  •  Image of the week - Back to the Big Bang
  •  Announcement - 4th CISSE Intl conference, first call for papers
  •  Announcement - ChinaGrid 2008, Gansu, 20-22 August
  •  Announcement - ISSGC GridCast till 18 July
  •  Announcement - ACM/IEEE Ph.D. Fellowship program accepting nominations
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    Issue 81: iSGTW 2 July 2008

  •  Feature - Grid powered holography
  •  Feature - Multiple middleware
  •  Feature - GridFTP moves data and news
  •  Link of the week - Fun factoids
  •  Image of the week - Modeling the salty seas
  •  Announcement - ESCC Joint Techs Workshop
  •  Announcement - e-Research in the Arts submission deadline
  •  Announcement - Final week: Fill out our survey and you may win a prize
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    Issue 80: iSGTW 25 June 2008

  •  Feature - Grid computing walks the standard line: thinking inside the box
  •  Feature - Bonus - Readers talk back about standards
  •  Feature - Stargazing in broad daylight
  •  Link of the week - Username: Bond, James Bond. Password: 007
  •  Image of the week - Letting off steam
  •  Announcement - Early bird registration, EGEE 08, Istanbul, 22-26 Sept
  •  Announcement - Last chance to participate in GRIDGUIDE profile
  •  Announcement - Registration open, biomedical informatics, Maryland
  •  Announcement - Reminder: Fill out our survey and you may win a prize
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     Issue 79: iSGTW 18 June 2008

  •  Feature - National grid tackles HIV
  •  Feature - Optical network key to next-generation research
  •  Feature - HealthGrid 2008
  •  Link of the week - W3C eGovernment activity to empower citizens
  •  Image of the week - Matchmaking on the grid
  •  Announcement - iSGTW reader survey
  •  Announcement - Promote grid people with GridTalk
  •  Announcement - Ed Seidel to head NSF Office of CI
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    Issue 78: iSGTW 11 June 2008

  •  Feature - Biomedical Informatics: Vision and challenges
  •  Feature - Finding love on the grid
  •  Feature - Placing Kepler at the center
  •  Link of the week - Kids see tornado animation
  •  Image of the week - A slimmer Milky Way
  •  Announcement - iSGTW reader survey
  •  Announcement - GCA conference, Las Vegas
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: Cracow grid workshop
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    Issue 77: iSGTW 4 June 2008

  •  Feature - Malaysia’s grid grows in power
  •  Feature - Paola Celio: ARGO, ATLAS and growing the grid
  •  Feature - Friendly but fierce competition for the Higgs
  •  Link of the week - GridCast hooks bloggers at OGF23, Barcelona
  •  Image of the week - Grid rap
  •  Announcement - HealthGrid workshops and tutorials, 4 June, Chicago
  •  Announcement - PDCAT deadline extended
  •  Announcement - OAR conference, early bird registration starts, Australia
  •  Announcement - Integrated site security for grids
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    Issue 76: iSGTW 28 May 2008

  •  Feature - Claim jumping through scientific literature
  •  Feature - Health-e-Child: Gateway to difficult diagnoses
  •  Feature - AmieGold bridges a gap
  •  Link of the week - The Grid: fact vs. fiction
  •  Post of the week - Cloud computing and political manipulation
  •  Announcement - OGF-EU Digital Repositories seminar, 5 June, Barcelona
  •  Announcement - SC computing and science education workshops 2008
  •  Announcement - EGI draft blueprint workshop, 30 June, Geneva
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    Issue 75: iSGTW 21 May 2008

  •  Feature - Let's be fair: A new approach for grid scheduling
  •  Opinion - Securing the multiplatform grid
  •  Feature - CMS data transfer
  •  Link of the week - Wherever you roam, you can always log-in at home
  •  Image of the week - Heavenly solutions
  •  Announcement - Last chance to attend London Business Day, May
  •  Announcement - BEinGRID Industry Days
  •  Announcement - Call for participation: eResearch Australasia 2008, September, Australia
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    Issue 74: iSGTW 14 May 2008

  •  Feature - Proofing an ancient wisdom: medicinal herbs meet grid technology
  •  Feature - Hello, Einstein residence… Why yes, he’s home!    
  •  Feature - No business like show business
  •  Link of the week - WorldWide Telescope goes  online
  •  Image of the week - Dancing to the LHC startup
  •  Announcement - Advance registration closes 17 May for ISC '08
  •  Announcement - UK e-science AHM2008: Abstracts due 15 May
  •  Announcement - Workshop on VO Management

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    Issue 73: iSGTW 7 May 2008

  •  Feature - WISDOM unplugged: malaria drug-leads graduate to the wet lab
  •  Feature - Testing the limits of the Standard Model
  •  Feature - Cell biologists dig new DiGS
  •  Link of the week - Old friends and new: iSGTW, GridCafé, GridTalk and more
  •  Image of the week - "Little Eyes" of the sky
  •  Announcement - Program finalized: HealthGrid 2008, June, U.S.
  •  Announcement - Registration open: GridKa School, Sept, Karlsruhe
  •  Announcement - EGI Workshop in Geneva, 30 June
  •  Announcement - One-Day "Tour" available at ISC conference, June, Dresden
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    Issue 72: iSGTW 30 April 2008

  •  Feature - iSGTW Feature - The role of open source in grid computing: past, present and future
  •  Feature - Sicily's TriGrid tames "unbeatable" monster
  •  Feature - The new Nimbus: first steps in the clouds
  •  Link of the week: Anti-Phishing Phil
  • Issue 71: iSGTW 23 April 2008

  •  Feature - The dynamics of dark energy: ZEN probes the limits
  •  Feature - Mission: HealthGrid
  •  Opinion - International Summer School on Grid Computing: looking back, one year on
  •  Link of the week - Salute to SALUTE
  •  Image of the week - The micro-world of muscle cells
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts: EGEE’08, September, Turkey
  •  Announcement - Registration free: “Why you need grid and how to do it,” May, UK
  •  Announcement - Open Science Grid launches effort to build new cyber communities
  •  Announcement - TeraGrid ‘08 Student Competitions deadline extended
  • Issue 70: iSGTW 16 April 2008

  •  Feature - Cool rules for hot computing
  •  Feature - AMI is watching: making the most of your meetings
  •  Feature - Introducing Condor at RIT
  •  Link of the week - MathCell
  •  Image of the week - CERN Open Day draws tens of thousands
  •  Announcement - Virtual workshop available for TeraGrid's Ranger
  •  Announcement - Call for participation: Distributed Computing and Grid-technologies in Science and Education, June, Russia
  •  Announcement - Applications due 5 May: International Summer School on Grid Computing, July, Hungary
  •  Announcement - Early registration extended to 5 May: TeraGrid '08, June, U.S.

  • Issue 69: iSGTW 09 April 2008

  •  Feature - Wonderful wheats: automating the search for new genes
  •  Feature - Never-born proteins: predicting protein structures from your web browser
  •  Opinion - Five pillars for secure scientific computing
  •  Link of the week - The world's most powerful computer?
  •  Image of the week - FOCUS on fire
  •  Announcement - Submissions due 19 April: Grid 2008, September, Japan
  •  Announcement - Call for participants: Biomed Grid School 2008, May, Italy
  •  Announcement - Registration closes 25 April: 2008 Access Grid Retreat, May, Canada
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: Medical Imaging on Grids, September, U.S.
  • Issue 68: iSGTW 02 April 2008

  •  Feature - Cutting edge computing helps discover the origin of life
  •  Feature - Powerful pollution model moves to the grid
  •  Feature - Massively parallel NERSC, OSG and HPC
  •  Link of the week - Money, infectious disease and Where's George
  •  Image of the week - LICORICE, photons and the end of the Dark Ages
  •  Announcement - Call for participation: OGF23/OGF-Europe, June, Spain
  •  Announcement - Registration open: Australian Access Federation Shibboleth Workshop, April, Australia
  •  Announcement - Papers due 16 April: Workshop on Large-Scale Computing, June, U.S.
  •  Announcement - Registration open: EU-IndiaGrid Workshop on Applications in Computational Biology, May, India
  • Issue 67: iSGTW 26 March 2008

  •  Feature - An orange in the emergency room: grids join the race against viral epidemics
  •  Feature - Our powers combined: gLite, Globus and Unicore play ball
  •  Opinion - New developments in teaching grid computing
  •  Link of the week - B.U.R.P.
  •  Image of the week - Stretching the polar vortex
  •  Announcement - EGI takes next step forward at Roma workshop
  •  Announcement - D-Grid launches new newsletter
  •  Announcement - Applications open: South African Grid School 2008, July, South Africa
  •  Announcement - Registration open: Open Source Grid and Cluster Conference, May, U.S.

  • Issue 66: iSGTW 19 March 2008

  •  Feature - EnVision: from data to discoveries
  •  Feature - The UK National Grid Service: celebrating 100 operation meetings
  •  Opinion - Distributed computing and the Singularity
  •  Link of the week - Defibrillation of the heart
  •  Image of the week - Window to a molecular world
  •  Announcement - KnowledgeGRID to lift Malaysia's competitiveness
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: Workshop in Grid Computing for Complex Problems, October, Slovakia
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: eResearch Australasia 2008, September, Australia
  •  Announcement - Call for participation: SC08, November, U.S.

  • Issue 65: iSGTW 12 March 2008

  •  Feature - The business of grid computing: "What can grids do for you?"
  •  Feature - Building BRIDGES between Europe and China
  •  Opinion - The other grids: generating variety
  •  Link of the week - How low can a Sudoku go?
  •  Image of the week - The Water Bearer springs a gas leak
  •  Announcement - Call for participating: International Summer School on Grid Computing, July, Hungary
  •  Announcement - Registration open: Grid and the Virtual Observatory, April, Germany
  •  Announcement - Registration open: TeraGrid '08, June, U.S.
  •  Announcement - Registration open: 23rd International Supercomputing Conference, June, Germany

  • Issue 64: iSGTW 03 March 2008

  •  Feature - Introducing TRIUMF: Canada's Tier-1 on the worldwide grid
  •  Feature - Getting started with grid computing: engage with OSG
  •  Opinion - Visions and failures: eBooks, smart furniture, grid computing
  •  Link of the week - Statistics from the 3rd EGEE User Forum
  •  Image of the week - An environmental activist on the Web
  •  Announcement - NSF partners with Google and IBM
  •  Announcement - EC invests 2.5 billion in embedded computer systems
  •  Announcement - Registration open: APAN 26, August, New Zealand
  •  Announcement - Registration open: 9th LCI International Conference on High-Performance Clustered Computing, April, U.S.

  • Issue 63: iSGTW 27 February 2008

  •  Feature - Evolving towards the future of science: genetic algorithms and grid computing
  •  Feature - Stormy weather: grid computing powers fine-scale climate modeling
  •  Feature - Les Robertson: six years at the head of the LCG
  •  Link of the week - Secrets, lies and knowing thy customer
  •  Image of the week - Grids help map salt in coastal aquifer
  •  Announcement - New journal: Computational Science & Discovery
  •  Announcement - Registration open: 2nd ECSS Workshop, April, Hungary
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: Oxford e-Research Conference, September, UK
  •  Announcement - Call for participation: Georgetown University Grid School, April, U.S.
  • Issue 62: iSGTW 20 February 2008

  •  Feature - Powering discoveries: Ranger set to fuel new era of scientific discovery
  •  Feature - CineGrid: lend some power to your pixels
  •  Feature - New bridge over muddled waters of grid storage
  •  Link of the week - Kung Fu Panda digs grids
  •  Image of the week - Keep your seatbelt fastened
  •  Announcement - Registration open: the 24th NORDUnet Conference
  •  Announcement - CERN Public Open Day: 6 April 2008, Geneva, Switzerland
  •  Announcement - Registration open: 5th High-Performance Grid Computing Workshop
  •  Announcement - OGF-Europe: Europe backs open grid standards

  • Issue 61: iSGTW 13 February 2008

  •  Feature - Grid computing opens new line of studies in fusion
  •  Technology - Taming the data deluge: the new open source iRODS data grid system
  •  Technology - YAIM: herding gLite configuration
  •  Link of the week - SHARE: who, what, when, how and in what order
  •  Image of the week - A map of all things science
  •  Announcement - Papers due this weekend: HealthGrid 2008
  •  Announcement - Applications due 31 March: CERN openlab student program
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: Virtualization in High-Performance Cluster and Grid Computing
  •  Announcement - Papers due 29 February: eChallenges e-2008

  • Issue 60: iSGTW 06 February 2008

  •  Feature - Computing the unseen: the search for dark matter
  •  Feature - DILIGENT: from digital libraries to virtual research environments
  •  Feature - Coastal ecologists look to open source software to manage distributed data
  •  Link of the week - Weblin your way to cyber popularity
  •  Image of the week - Real-time blood flow through the brain
  •  Announcement - Applications due March 30: Anita Borg Systers grants
  •  Announcement - Register by 13 February: AAF workshop, Sydney, Australia
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: Molecular Simulations, Structures and Processes
  •  Announcement - Registration open: Open Science Grid All Hands Meeting

  • Issue 59: iSGTW 30 January 2008

  •  Feature - Traveling salesman meets distributed computing
  •  Feature - Editing, analyzing, annotating, publishing: TextGrid takes the a, b, c to D-Grid
  •  Technology - Sustainable multi-scale simulations using Grid Remote Procedure Call
  •  Link of the week - Global Grid User Support comes of age
  •  Image of the week - SNAREd in the biological act
  •  Announcement - Open Grid Forum launches Grid Thought Leadership series
  •  Announcement - Call for participation: TeraGrid '08, 9-13 June, Las Vegas, U.S.
  •  Announcement - Louisiana Universities recieve nine million to develop cybertools
  •  Announcement - PRACE lays foundations for pan-European high performance computing

  • Issue 58: iSGTW 23 January 2008

  •  Feature - Forget me not: brain scans on a grid for Alzheimer's
  •  Feature - Australian grid computing goes the distance
  •  Opinion - Avalanche warning: the new challenges of the data grid
  •  Link of the week - ORBIT Open Access Radio Grid Testbed
  •  Image of the week - The Tadpole Galaxy
  •  Announcement - Early bird registration closes 15 Febuary: Advances in Computer Science and Technology 2008
  •  Announcement - Applications due this week: Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship
  •  Announcement - Program online: OGF22, Cambridge, MA, 25-29 February

  • Issue 57: iSGTW 16 January 2008

  •  Feature - I2U2: educational e-Labs for real pre-college e-science
  •  Feature - National, regional, global, industrlia: EU-IndiaGrid takes its place in the grid computing world
  •  Technology - XtreemOS: a Linux-based operating system to support next-generation grids
  •  Link of the week - ISSGC 07 joins the ICEAGE
  •  Image of the week - Earth-quaking science in Hollywood
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering
  •  Announcement - US San Diego joins the Green Grid
  • Issue 56: iSGTW 09 January 2008

  •  Feature - And they computed happily ever after: Service Level Agreements for a happy marriage
  •  Feature - United we compute: FermiGrid continues to yield results
  •  Feature - SURAgrid storms in to disaster prediction and planning
  •  Link of the week - UBICOMP for a persuasive lunch tray
  •  Image of the week - Grids for kids
  •  Announcement - Applications due this week: OSG grid school, 6-8 February, Tuskegee, Alabama
  •  Announcement - Abstracts invited: MIPRO 2008, 26-30 May, Opatija, Croatia
  •  Announcement - NYSGrid and OSG partner to expand grid capabilities
  •  Announcement - EGEE User Forum: early bird registration closes 11 January
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