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Issue 76: iSGTW 28 May 2008

Feature – Claim jumping through scientific literature


Catherine Blake, an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina, has developed a method for retrieving, analyzing and finding relationships in published research texts from multiple disciplines.

With the help of the Open Science Grid, Blake and her research team now generate the sentence structure of millions of sentences in about 28 hours.

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Feature – Health-e Child               
 

The Health-e-Child project in Europe fits grid technology to pediatric medicine. It uses a grid-based platform, the Gateway, to manipulate medical records.

The award-winning CaseReasoner application, which runs on Gateway, helps physicians diagnose patients with rare diseases.

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Feature – “Ton amie” in TeraGrid

 AmieGold bridges a gap

It is now easier to add a computing resource to TeraGrid.

Steven Brandt, a researcher with the Louisiana State University Center for Computation and Technology, developed a tool to help bridge local and central accounting data.

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Link of the week

/The Grid: fact vs. fiction

Recent reports on “the Grid” being developed for the Large Hadron Collider have promised much more than the technology can now—and in some cases will ever—deliver.

Find out what about grid computing is fact, and what is fiction.

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New: Post of the week

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Cloud computing and political manipulation

Cloud computing could be the key to a true global society and economic growth, but international politics is holding it back,” argues Leslie Poston on Profy.Com.

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