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Link of the Week - The future of innovation

With e-infrastructures such as Geant2, astronomers are able to combine information from telescopes around the world to produce pictures of the universe that a 100 times more detailed than ever before. Image courtesy of Dante

What is the future of European e-infrastructures? What kinds of strategic investments and actions need to be taken to ensure their ongoing contributions and successes?

About 600 million Euros have been earmarked for investment in infrastructures. What directions will they go?

The latest GridBriefing, "The future of innovation: Developing Europe's ICT infrastructures," seeks to answer these and other questions.

It's based upon a March 5, 2009 communication from the European Commission entitled "ICT infrastructures for e-Science" - which aims to trigger discussions on actions needed to ensure the future of European infrastructures.

For more, check out the rest of the GridBriefing series on the GridTalk website.


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