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Issue 206: iSGTW 22 December 2010

  •  Feature - Army of Women allies with CaBIG for online longitudinal study
  •  Special Announcement - iSGTW on holiday
  •  Video of the week - Learn about LiDAR
  •  Announcement - NeHC launches social media efforts
  •  Announcement - PRACE announces third Tier-0 machine
  •  Announcement - iRODS 2011 User Group Meeting Announced
  • Issue 205: iSGTW 15 December 2010

  •  Feature - Sounding the undersea world
  •  Feature - Grid scatters light on protein structures
  •  Feature - Putting the "u" in security
  •  Link of the week - Le Cafe Grille
  •  Image of the week - Songs of comfort and joy
  •  Announcement - Deadline extended until 24 December for proposals, EGI User Forum 2011
  •  Announcement - Proposals deadline, ICETI 2011 and ICSIT 2011, 17 December
  •  Announcement - Lift 11 comes to Geneva, February 2011
  •  Announcement - TERENA Networking Conference, Prague, May 2011
  • Issue 204: iSGTW 8 December 2010

  •  Feature - Finding a leader in a crowd
  •  Opinion - What I learned from the grid
  •  Letter to the editors - SC10s other hot topics
  •  Words of the week - Bag-of-tasks applications, elasticity, and cloudbursts
  •  Videos of the week - From CloudCom 2010 to you
  •  Announcement - CFP: HPCS 2011
  •  Announcement - CFP: SPCLOUD 2011
  •  Announcement - CFP: OPTIM 2011
  •  Announcement - CFP: InterCloud 2011
  • Issue 203: iSGTW 1 December 2010

  •  Feature - Digital visual inspection
  •  Feature - Collecting data gets easier with EpiCollect
  •  Feature - Scientists step back for wide view of LHC data
  •  Link of the week - World Community Grid turns six
  •  Video of the week - Kids give us their take on supercomputers
  •  Announcement - CFP: EGI User Forum
  •  Announcement - CFP: ISGC 2011
  •  Announcement - VIVO Collaboration proposals due
  • Issue 202: iSGTW 24 November 2010

  •  Feature - Teaching gets a Second Life
  •  Feature - SuperComputing 2010 comes to a close
  •  Feature - Clouds are rising, with StratusLab
  •  Link of the week - Haiku winners
  •  Image of the week - The digital Bayeux Tapestry
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, IST-Africa, Gaborone, Botswana, deadline 30 Nov
  •  Announcement - CHAIN kick-off meeting, 13 - 14 Dec, Rome, Italy
  •  Announcement - China wins title of world's fastest supercomputer
  • Issue 201: iSGTW 17 November 2010

  •  Feature - The '70s in the 21st century: synthesized music returns
  •  Feature - Introducing The Digital Scientist
  •  Feature - Life at the extreme, at the Pierre Auger Observatory
  •  Link of the week - Coming to an i-Phone near you
  •  Image of the week - Elegance of darkness
  •  Announcement - Last chance, DCIM, Nov. 16-18, MERIT network
  •  Announcement - e-Science Talk is coming to ERINA4Africa, Helsinki, Dec 9-10
  •  Announcement - StratusLab releases open source cloud solution for grid
  • Issue 200: iSGTW 10 November 2010

  •  Feature - Reaching for sky computing
  •  Feature - Can a digital earth save the planet?
  •  Feature - Scientific computing rock stars unveiled
  •  Link of the week - ImpactEarth
  •  Image of the week - NASA goes to the clouds
  •  Announcement - eResearch Australasia live streaming
  •  Announcement - Cybera Summit videos available
  • Issue 199: iSGTW 3 November 2010

  •  Feature - Ultra-fast networks: the final frontier
  •  Feature - LHC open to all
  •  Feature - From grids to clouds and beyond: GRNET supports Greek researchers
  •  Link of the week - Physics for poets
  •  Image of the week - Google Street View lands in Antarctica
  •  Announcement - TNC2011 call for papers - Enabling Communities
  •  Announcement - ERINA4Africa Final Conference: 9-10 December 2010, Helsinki, Finland
  •  Announcement - Internet2 Middleware Initiative awarded NSF grant
  • Issue 198: iSGTW 27 October 2010

  •  Feature - Rethinking scientific data management
  •  Feature - DEISA and TeraGrid host joint EU/US Summer School in Italy
  •  Feature - Theorists find dark matter evidence in open data
  •  Link of the week - Apps.gov rolls out IaaS
  •  Image of the week - Why scientific computing does not compute
  •  Announcement - 8th e-Infrastructure Concertation Meeting, 4-5 Nov, CERN
  •  Announcement - 2010 NWChem Workshop
  •  Announcement - UP 2010 cloud computing conference
  •  Announcement - Research and Education in Digital Libraries
  • Issue 197: iSGTW 20 October 2010

  •  Profile - Domenico Vicinanza, master of fusion
  •  Feature - Climate model tackles clouds
  •  Feature - New physics in space
  •  Link of the week - Nobel Prize follows Ig Nobel
  •  Image of the week - e-Science at the Globe
  •  Announcement - ISC Cloud '10, Frankfurt, Germany: 28 - 29 Oct 2010
  •  Announcement - New European petaflop supercomputer available in 2011
  •  Announcement - CERN Latin-American School of High Energy Physics, Natal, Brazil, 23-25 April 2011
  •  Announcement - ESFRI and e-IRG publish 'Blue Paper' on e-infrastructure
  • Issue 196: iSGTW 13 October 2010

  •  Feature - Astronomical computing
  •  Feature - Data is big news
  •  Feature - Computational chemistry suite goes open source
  •  Link of the week - GPU computing webcast
  •  Image of the week - A better supernova model
  •  Announcement - ESFRI and e-IRG endorse "Blue Paper" on e-infrastructure
  •  Announcement - PRACE announces second Tier-0 system
  •  Announcement - Jobs in distributed computing
  • Issue 195: iSGTW 6 October 2010

  •  Feature - Achilles tendon a blessing, not a curse
  •  Feature - A lasting ocean observatory
  •  Feature - HPC adds a spark to EDF's computing capacities
  •  Link of the week - Einstein at home bags a pulsar
  •  Image of the week - Death of a star
  •  Announcement - Registration open, Computing and Astroparticle Physics-ASPERA, Lyon, France
  •  Announcement - SDH-NEERI, 19-20 October, Vienna, Austria
  •  Announcement - NZ eResearch Symposium, 26-27 October, Auckland, New Zealand
  •  Announcement - Open Source Tools Released by RESERVOIR to Support Cloud Deployment and Usage
  • Issue 194: iSGTW 29 September 2010

  •  Interview - Kostas Glinos peers into his crystal ball
  •  Interview - Prospecting with High Performance Computing
  •  Feature - New ISO standard for special math functions
  •  Link of the week - GPU Technology Conference
  •  Video of the week - A slice of the Citizen Cyberscience Summit
  •  Announcement - Registration open for 2nd ERINA4Africa Workshop
  •  Announcement - UCC 2010 Call for Papers
  •  Announcement - ALENEX11 papers due 5 October
  • Issue 193: iSGTW 22 September 2010

  •  Feature - Surfing for earthquakes
  •  Opinion - GPU-based cheap supercomputing coming to an end
  •  Project Profile - PL-Grid
  •  Link of the week - When computers were human
  •  Image of the week - EGI Video
  •  Announcement - Deadline for participation requests, 15 October, The Athens Dialogues
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, ICCS 2011, Tsukuba, Japan
  •  Announcement - Joint booth on climate change, ICT 2010
  •  Announcement - GISELA launched
  • Issue 192: iSGTW 15 September 2010

  •  Feature - Deciphering the tree of life
  •  Feature - One person's view, behind the scenes of middleware
  •  Feature - Neighborly efficiency: Scaling kNN problems using GPUs
  •  Podcast of the week - Alan Sill of OGF discusses standards, grids, and clouds
  •  Image of the week - Supercomputing between the lines
  •  Announcement - GlobusWORLD 2011, 1-4 February
  •  Announcement - European communications project, e-ScienceTalk, launches
  •  Announcement - Free HPC event, 30 September
  • Issue 191: iSGTW 8 September 2010

  •  Feature - BigGrid's big idea
  •  Feature - Inflated performance
  •  Feature - People behind EGI: Tiziana Ferrari
  •  Link of the week - Live from the CCS
  •  Image of the week - iSGTW in Amsterdam
  •  Announcement - Deadline extended for abstracts, CGW10, Krakow, Poland
  •  Announcement - DEISA Training Courses, 14 - 16 Sept at EPCC, Edinburgh, UK
  •  Announcement - CERN Open Lab Workshop, 22-23 Sept, Geneva, Switzerland
  •  Announcement - AGU Fall 2010 Meeting, San Francisco, USA
  • Issue 190: iSGTW 1 September 2010

  •  Feature - The forecast before the storm
  •  Feature - Q & A: Joe Hellerstein on cloud programming
  •  Feature - People behind the EGI: Steve Brewer steps in as the voice of the user
  •  Link of the week - Rock stars of scientific computing
  •  Image of the week - NoHardware.com destroys server huggers' equipment
  •  Announcement - Symposium on Authentication Technologies for Research and Education abstracts due
  •  Announcement - Grace Hopper early bird registration due
  •  Announcement - Gordon Conference 2010 abstracts due
  •  Announcement - Jobs in distributed computing
  • Issue 189: iSGTW 25 August 2010

  •  Feature - Egg solution might crack CO2 shell
  •  Feature - OSG and TeraGrid join forces for ExTENCI
  •  Feature - Scientists, meet the citizens
  •  Link of the week - "Where physics and life collide"
  •  Image of the week - Rubik's Cube question solved?
  •  Announcement - Discovery Physics at the LHC, Kruger National Park, So Africa
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, UCC 2010, Chennai, India
  •  Announcement - New Zealand eResearch Symposium 2010 Registration Open
  • Issue 188: iSGTW 18 August 2010

  •  Feature - First OSG Summer School a success
  •  Feature - Winning the 'scrap lottery'
  •  Feature - Back to Basics - How hardware virtualization works: Part 4
  •  Link of the week - TeraGrid 10 proceedings
  •  Image of the week - Relativistic reference frames speed simulations
  •  Announcement - Cybera Summit 2010 early-bird registration due
  •  Announcement - DEISA-TeraGrid HPC school applications due
  •  Announcement - PIC2010 deadline extended, now due 30 August
  •  Announcement - Jobs in distributed computing
  • Issue 187: iSGTW 11 August 2010

  •  Feature - Education and the future: eLearning
  •  Feature - NetLogo: A low threshold, no ceiling language
  •  Feature - The sky's the limit
  •  Link of the week - A new twist on summer camp...
  •  Video of the week - Learning with multi-touch
  •  Announcement - Newsflash - The grid makes it into The Economist
  •  Announcement - DECIDE launch event, 23 September, Rome, Italy
  •  Announcement - WLCG middleware from CESGA
  •  Announcement - PRACE awards 320 million compute hours to 10 European projects
  • Issue 186: iSGTW 4 August 2010

  •  Feature - The sun never sets on the GreenStart Network
  •  Feature - A round-up of the grid in Chile
  •  Feature - How hardware virtualization works: Part 3
  •  Link of the week - Move over, Deep Blue: Watson is here
  •  Image of the week - Mapping Science
  •  Announcement - International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium call for papers
  •  Announcement - WORKS10 calls for papers
  •  Announcement - Campus Bridging Technologies Workshop calls for papers, registration
  • Issue 185: iSGTW 28 July 2010

  •  Feature - Predicting the almost unpredictable
  •  Feature - How hardware virtualization works: Part 2
  •  Feature - Fighting pesticide resistance
  •  Link of the week - 62 Projects to Make With a Dead Computer
  •  Image of the week - What the Planck Telescope found
  •  Announcement - New workflow for fusion applications on the grid
  •  Announcement - GStat2.0, What's happening in your Grid?
  •  Announcement - Early Bird Discount is 31 July for GridKa School, Karlsruhe, Germany
  •  Announcement - Citizen CyberScience Summit, 2-3 September, London
  • Issue 184: iSGTW 21 July 2010

  •  Opinion - Reports of grid’s death are greatly exaggerated
  •  Feature - On a grid and a prayer
  •  Feature - Back to Basics: How hardware virtualization works - Part 1
  •  Image of the week - Airbending with GPUs
  •  Announcement - LiveChat a smashing success, new column launched
  •  Announcement - An apology to our readers
  •  Announcement - OSG Storage Forum, 21-22 September
  •  Announcement - OSG Site Administrator's Workshop
  •  Announcement - ICT 2010 registration is open
  • Issue 183: iSGTW 14 July 2010

  •  Feature - Fruitfly + flight studies + grid = flying robots?
  •  Feature - Chat live about resources
  •  Feature - RadiotherapyGrid
  •  Link of the week - WLCG, live from London
  •  Image of the week - Digital, in both senses of the word
  •  Announcement - Apply for computational time on TeraGrid by tomorrow - July 15, 2010
  •  Announcement - Introducing FutureGrid, an experimental cloud test bed
  •  Announcement - EGI Technical Forum, 14 September, Amsterdam
  • Issue 182: iSGTW 7 July 2010

  •  Feature - Next week: Chat live with experts about computational resources
  •  Feature - Volunteer computing helps rescue oiled Gulf Coast wildlife
  •  Feature - Australians launch new Compute Cloud
  •  Link of the week - GridCast blogs from HealthGrid 2010
  •  Video of the week - iPlant's DNA Subway
  •  Announcement - XtreemOS Second Summit 2010
  •  Announcement - StratusLab surveys open until 16 July
  • Issue 181: iSGTW 30 June 2010

  •  Feature - Computing a way out of poverty
  •  Feature - Distributed computing experts gather in Chicago
  •  Feature - ESFRI
  •  iSGTW Announcement - Live chat with experts: Choosing the right resources for your research
  •  Video of the week - The New Yorker's take on the LHC
  •  Announcement - HealthGrid GridCast now online
  •  Announcement - Grid and e-Science, Valencia, Spain, 6-9 July
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts: NGS Innovation Forum
  •  Announcement - Project to integrate clouds and grids
  • Issue 180: iSGTW 23 June 2010

  •  Feature - Cancer researchers speed crystallography using grid
  •  Feature - Just what do you think you're doing, Dave?
  •  Feature - John Shalf talks parallel programming languages
  •  Link of the week - EuroVis 2010 blog posts
  •  Video of the week - When your visualization wall isn't enough
  •  Announcement - NSF announces Smart Health and Wellbeing program
  •  Announcement - PRACE calls for proposals to use JUGENE
  •  Announcement - GridKa School registration now open
  • Issue 179: iSGTW 16 June 2010

  •  Feature - Grid makes drug discovery "crystal clear"
  •  Feature - Q&A on meshes
  •  Feature - Open Nebula becomes what you want
  •  Link of the week - Linux versus E. coli
  •  Image of the week - A child's-eye view of physicists
  •  Announcement - DEISA Digest now available
  •  Announcement - "Why science is cool" video contest, 15 July deadline
  •  Announcement - Abstracts now being accepted, 5 Sept deadline, CGW10, Krakow, Poland
  • Issue 178: iSGTW 9 June 2010

  •  Feature - BP oil spill: Scientists mobilze to create new diasaster response science
  •  Feature - Seeing particles with VPM
  •  Feature - ISC'10 in the news
  •  Link of the week - If it were my home
  •  Image of the week - Simulations show scenarios for oil leak
  •  Announcement - Grace Hopper conference registration opens
  •  Announcement - caBIG 2010 call for abstracts extended; registration open
  •  Announcement - Register for Mathworks, online
  • Issue 177: iSGTW 2 June 2010

  •  Feature - Profile: EGI's director, Steven Newhouse
  •  Feature - Workshops in India
  •  Feature - EMI, home to middleware
  •  Link of the week - The Virtual Goody Bag
  •  Image of the week - It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a... mouse?  A tracker ball?
  •  Announcement - World Changing Ideas Video Contest, 14 June Deadline
  •  Announcement - Distributed Computing and Grid-technologies, Dubna, Russia
  •  Announcement - Register for Mathworks, online
  • Issue 176: iSGTW 26 May 2010

  •  Feature - New result could shed light on the existence of Universe
  •  Feature - ARGUS keeps a sure watch always
  •  Feature - Wireless grids: Squeezing a grid onto a widget
  •  Link of the week - Why humans don't crash, but computers do
  •  Image of the week - Traffic visual
  •  Announcement - Applications for OSG HTC Summer School due
  •  Announcement - TeraGrid'10 contest for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students
  •  Announcement - CI Summer Institute for Geoscientists applications due
  •  Announcement - GRID 2010 registration open
  • Issue 175: iSGTW 19 May 2010

  •  Feature - Secure encryption, with Hydra
  •  Feature - Magellan explores scientific clouds - scientifically
  •  Interview - Technology Roundup
  •  Link of the week - The sound of science
  •  Image of the week - Poster winner!
  •  Announcement - Cluster, Cloud and Grid 2010, 17-20 May, Melbourne, Australia
  •  Announcement - Deadline, CI Summer Institute for Geoscientists, 6 June, San Diego, CA
  •  Announcement - Apply for time on one of the world's fastest supercomputers, 10 June closing
  •  Announcement - e-IRG workshop, 17 June 2010, Madrid, Spain
  •  Announcement - Update: Coming back home in style from the User Forum
  • Issue 174: iSGTW 12 May 2010

  •  Feature - Collaboration matchmaking in VIVO
  •  Feature - The security-accessibility tug-o-war
  •  Interview - SAFE-BioPharma - A new domain standard for secure identity
  •  Link of the week - Kudos for cloud programming
  •  Image of the week - Protect your identity - the comics said so!
  •  Announcement - CloudCom 2010 accepting papers
  •  Announcement - NSF Macrosystems Biology call for Proposals
  •  Announcement - RSVP to attend Blue Waters presentation
  •  Announcement - Early Registration Discount closes 17 May, Digital Humanities
  • Issue 173: iSGTW 5 May 2010

  •  Feature - CLARIN: A project that speaks to you
  •  Software - Frontier g uides computing through the collision landscape
  •  Interview - From EGEE to EGI
  •  Link of the week - What are the odds?
  •  Image of the week - A picture is worth a thousand words?  Not.
  •  Announcement - Deadline extended to 7 May, SC Camp, Colombia
  •  Announcement - 17th Real Time Conference, 24-28 May, Lisbon, Portugal
  •  Announcement - EUAsiaGrid Dissemination Conference, 21-23 June, Taipei, Taiwan
  •  Announcement - Higgs Hunting workshop, 29-31 July, Orsay, France
  •  Announcement - LHC Days in Split, Croatia, 4-9 October
  • Issue 172: iSGTW 28 April 2010

  •  Interview - Q&A: Peer-reviewed physics, at the speed of light
  •  Back to Basics - Data Management
  •  Opinion - What would Linnaeus do?
  •  Link of the week - Did you know?
  •  Image of the week - Earthquake comics
  •  Announcement - Tell us your travel tales coming back from the User Forum, win a T-shirt
  •  Announcement - e-IRG releases new Roadmap on e-Infrastructure
  •  Announcement - HD videoconference, Internet2 Meeting, DUSEL, 28 April, South Dakota, USA
  •  Announcement - Open-source release, HUBzero, Purdue University, Indiana, USA
  •  Announcement - VPH2010: Extension of Call for Abstracts to 17 May, Brussels, Belgium
  • Issue 171: iSGTW 21 April 2010

  •  Feature - The rise of autonomic computing
  •  Biology - Stem cell research goes Boolean
  •  Opinion - Africa Grid?
  •  Link of the week - EGEE Screencasts on grid computing
  •  Image of the week - User Forum slideshow
  •  Announcement - Change of venue, HEPix workshop
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, 30 April deadline, CHEP 2010, Taipei, Taiwan
  •  Announcement - Openlab/Intel Multi-threading and Parallelism Workshop, 4-5 May, CERN
  •  Announcement - ICNDC, Hangzou, China
  • Issue 170: iSGTW 14 April 2010

  •  Feature - Turning the microscope inwards: Studying scientific software ecosystems
  •  Feature - Mean Shift Smoothie
  •  Interview - David de Roure talks data
  •  Link of the week - Scientific Computing April-foolery
  •  Image of the week - Hubble goes 3D
  •  Announcement - ISC volunteer apps DUE
  •  Announcement - SC10 PhD fellowship apps DUE
  •  Announcement - NorduGrid in Slovenia, 3-7 May
  •  Announcement - US DOE Research Call proposals DUE
  • Issue 169: iSGTW 7 April 2010

  •  Feature - Lights, camera, action: FilmGrid
  •  Opinion - Challenges to exascale computing
  •  Feature - A smashing day at the Large Hadron Collider
  •  Link of the week - Ignobel
  •  Image of the week - Do you speak grid?
  •  Announcement - Health-e Child, Sestri Levante, Italy, 23/24 April
  •  Announcement - ISGTW Reader Discount for CLOUD LAB '10
  •  Announcement - Apply for time on TeraGrid by 15 April
  • Issue 168: iSGTW 31 March 2010

  •  Feature - Scientific software goes parallel
  •  Opinion - Grid security vulnerabilities: keeping out of the headlines
  •  Feature - Campus grids secret to productive grid sites
  •  Link of the week - eScience and Google Summer of Code
  •  Video of the week - Monitoring with the fishes
  •  Announcement - Proposals due: Access to CESGA resources
  •  Announcement - Register for virtual conference CLOUD LAB '10
  •  Announcement - HPC 2010 Advanced Workshop in Cetaro, Italy
  •  Announcement - Call for applications: SuperComputing Camp
  • Issue 167: iSGTW 24 March 2010

  •  Feature - Ecological forecasting in NEON
  •  Feature - Grant ensures sustainable future for software
  •  Feature - Q&A: Grid Colombia warms up
  •  Blogs of the week - CMS and ATLAS event displays: not just pretty pictures
  •  Video of the week - RHIC's hot quark soup
  •  Announcement - Third AlmereGrid Desktop Grid workshop 29-30 March
  •  Announcement - VPH 2010: Registration and call for abstracts
  •  Announcement - DEISA PRACE Symposium 2010 in Barcelona
  • Issue 166: iSGTW 17 March 2010

  •  Feature - Case Study: Einstein@OSG
  •  Feature - Sixty seconds to save a city
  •  Feature - OSG All Hands Meeting
  •  Statistics of the week - To lease or buy CPU-hours: that is the question
  •  Image of the week - Computationally mapping damage in Haiti
  •  Announcement - Virtually attend UPCRC 18-19 March
  •  Announcement - IX DOSAR Workshop, 6-8 April
  •  Announcement - Call for proposals: Cycles on ALCF 10 petaflop Blue Gene system
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: Special journal issue
  • Issue 165: iSGTW 10 March 2010

  •  Feature - EUAsia Grid makes a virtue of diversity
  •  Feature - A neutrino's journey: From accelerator to analysis
  •  Feature - Dealing with dengue
  •  Link of the week - GridCast, live from Taipei
  •  Image of the week - ISGC 2010, Taipei, Taiwan
  •  Announcement - TERENA early registration
  •  Announcement - SC10 call for technical papers
  •  Announcement - Call for applications: CERN computing school
  • Issue 164: iSGTW 3 March 2010

  •  Feature - Black holes and their jets
  •  Feature - Volunteering for a better world: harnessing technology, willing citizens
  •  Feature - Nice to meet you, authentically
  •  Reminder - Get in on the Name Game
  •  Blog of the week - Out of the mouths of babes
  •  Announcement - Call for demos: CCGrid 2010
  •  Announcement - Grace Hopper call for participation
  •  Announcement - HUBbub 2010 Early Bird Registration
  •  Announcement - Call for nominees: Richard Rose Award
  • Issue 163: iSGTW 24 February 2010

  •  Feature - Virtualization - putting all the spinning plates on one stick
  •  Feature - Q&A: Larry Rudolph talks about pervasive computing, virtualization, and science
  •  Feature - Virtualization - Key for LHC physics volunteer computing
  •  Link of the week - And the winner is...
  •  Video of the week - Colliderscope, a light-artwork at the Niels Bohr Institute
  •  Announcement - Call for Papers, PCaPAC, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
  •  Announcement - Erina4Africa goes live
  •  Announcement - Call for Research Demos, CCGrid, Melbourne, Australia
  •  Announcement - GridCafe survey
  • Issue 162: iSGTW 17 February 2010

  •  Feature - Doing science on the hub
  •  Feature - OSCAR understands the language of chemistry, naturally
  •  Feature - Forecasting weather on the grid
  •  Announcement of the week - The Name Game
  •  Video of the week - Computational analysis methods and issues in neuroscience
  •  Announcement - Internet2 Issues Call for IDEA Award Nominations
  •  Announcement - Belief Brainstorming Workshop
  •  Announcement - Registration: TF-Media and GRNET
  •  Announcement - Registration: Collaborations Workshop
  • Issue 161: iSGTW 10 February 2010

  •  Feature - Playstation goes from games to grid
  •  Feature - Bringing LHC data to US Tier-3s
  •  Feature - Supporting the arts and humanities with e-science
  •  Link of the week - A-Space, the MySpace for spies
  •  Image of the week - Lives of Galileo
  •  Announcement - Seats still available, SDSC Symposium, Washington, DC
  •  Announcement - Call for Nominees, 2010 Richard Rose Award
  •  Announcement - Last Chance to submit posters, ITI, Dubrovnik, Croatia
  •  Announcement - Haiti map update
  • Issue 160: iSGTW 03 February 2010

  •  Feature - Cosmic Simulation
  •  Feature - Cloudbus: A Toolkit for Utility-Oriented Cloud Computing
  •  Feature - What makes parallel programming hard?
  •  Blog of the week - LOLCats get on the Grid
  •  Video of the week - Computation and tomography
  •  Announcement - Women of Vision Awards Banquet registration
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: Life Sciences Workshop
  •  Announcement - Applications due for grid application porting school
  •  Announcement - Call for submissions: TeraGrid 2010
  • Issue 159: iSGTW 27 January 2010

  •  Feature - Answering a truly big question: How did dinosaurs move?
  •  Feature - Sifting for dark matter
  •  Feature - Reaching for the next phase
  •  Link of the week - Vote for your favorite Barbie career
  •  Image of the week - Satellite maps aid earthquake relief
  •  Announcement - EU-MEDGRID launch event, 25-28 Jan, Cairo, Egypt
  •  Announcement - Register now for Security Jam on 4-9 Feb, on-line event
  •  Announcement - Gumboots for the Data Deluge workshop, 12 Feb, Melbourne, Australia
  •  Announcement - Register for BELIEF Brainstorming Workshop, 24-25 Feb, Brussels
  •  Announcement - Call for Papers, CLADE, 1 March deadline, Chicago
  •  Announcement - Register for BELIEF Brainstorming Workshop, 24-25 Feb, Brussels
  • Issue 158: iSGTW 20 January 2010

  •  Feature - PEGrid gets down to business
  •  Feature - Why go parallel?
  •  Feature - iSGTW's mid-term report card: results from our latest Reader Survey, so far
  •  Word of the week - Multithreading
  •  Image of the week - Seeing with lasers
  •  Announcement - Abstracts due for Conference on Grid and Visualization Systems
  •  Announcement - Internet2 meeting: proposals due
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  •  Feature - Keeping an eye on the sky with LifeWatch
  •  Feature - Transferring FTP to the cloud: Off of desktop, out of mind
  •  Feature - CERN School of Computing
  •  Link of the week - The Large Knowledge Collider
  •  Image of the week - Separating the real from the fake
  •  Announcement - Readership survey
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  •  Announcement - Screen capture of proton-proton collisions at CMS
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  •  Feature - New Year Predictions
  •  Feature - Lining up new grid users with gqsub
  •  Feature - EELA-2 Conference
  •  Link of the week - Climate Wizard
  •  Video of the week - Musical Cyberinfrastructure
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: eChallenges, 27-29 October
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: PRACE prototype access
  •  Announcement - Journal of Grid Computing: Special Issue on Clouds and Grids
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