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- CFL Software have developed popular anti-copying software, which they are now extending using cloud computing.
- New funding for OMII-UK, Help us develop e-Research software, Jim Gray award for Carole Goble, e-Science the changing landscape and Data intergration in the life sciences.
- The new Taverna workflow engine (version 2.0) has been released.
- An overview of Service Component Architecture and Apache Tuscany.
- Steve Brewer provides discusses the next stage of the Engage project, which has interviewed over fifty researchers to compile a picture of their e-Research needs.
- The Aladin2 Engage project will make climate modelling systems available to a wide range of scientists and the general public.
- The MCTP Engage project will make radiotherapy dose-planning calculations more cost effective, which will significantly increase the accessibility of this treatment.
- The eSAD Engage project will use imaging techniques to increase access to ancient documents.
- The EPSRC are looking for a panel of experts to review UK e-Science, which will help mould the future of future e-Science funding.
- A workshop series has set out to explore the interfaces between grid- and repository-based architectures.
- The far-reaching impact of the Gene Ontology (GO) shows the important role a shared conceptual view of the biological world can have on data interpretation in the life sciences.
- OGF are looking for solutions to reduce the carbon footprint of IT.
- Mario Antonioletti describes the improved features of the latest OGSA_DAI release.
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