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Women in e-Science - iSGTW coverage

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On this page, find links to many of the articles featuring women that we’ve published over the last few years...

Mary Wheeler receives the John von Neumann Medal

Building a neural network in your bedroom

Google Science Fair winner builds neural network to fight cancer

Women, technology, and feminism - reflections from India

Profile - People behind the European Grid Initiative: Tiziana Ferrari

NetLogo: A low threshold, no ceiling language

Grid makes drug discovery "crystal clear"

Opinion: What would Linnaeus do?

And the Barbie career contest winner is . . .  Computer Engineer

Video of the week: Computation and tomography

Women of Vision Awards Banquet

The grid that sifts for dark matter

Vote for your favorite Barbie career

CERN School of Computing, at the “Mecca of physics”

An interview with the “particle zoo-keeper”

I see crime scenes

Women in IT: Lebanon (featuring Claire Devereux)

HSVO connects the dots

Big science facilities meet the cloud

A week at CERN (featuring Ilaria Marchese)

Swine flu and the grid: A researcher's view

Amoolya Singh, computation and biology

Grid promotes diversity in biotechnology at Virginia State

Flood of data can help prevent hurricane damage (featuring Gabrielle Allen)

Embrace Failure! (featuring Patricia Kovatch)

A Day for Ada (featuring Ada Lovelace)

Clouds make way for STAR to shine (featuring Kate Keahey)

Freya Blekman, from hockey to Higgs

From Martinique to Marseilles to Medaka (featuring Mirana Ramialison) 

Putting a bolder face on Google (featuring Marissa Mayer)

Barbara Liskov wins Turing Award

Maxine Brown: Visionary

Women in the Open Science Grid (featuring Ruth Pordes, Gabrielle Allen, Mine Altunay, Alina Bejan, Britta Daudert, Ewa Deelman, Elizabeth Chism, Lisa Giaime)

Editorial, women in grid computing

Single and playing hard to get (featuring Cecilia Gerber)

Facing the skills shortage: attracting more women to ICT

 Call for nominations: Anita Borg Awards

Image of the Week: Dilbert and performance reviews

Through the gateway into the realm . . . to get results (featuring Nancy Wilkins-Diehr)

TeraGrid's Nancy Wilkins-Diehr: "Follow what you enjoy"

Be still, my heart (featuring Thushka Maharaj, Blanca Rodriguez)

Observing the grid (featuring Cécile Germain)

Divide and conquer: distributed graphics rendering (featuring Laura Arns, Nicoletta Adamo-Villani) 

Stateside celebration at the bi-continental LHC Grid Fest (featuring Patricia McBride and Susan Turnbull)

 Grids meet aliens and androids (featuring Ana Gago Da Silva)

NGS,Grids and kids and more (Georgina Ellis)

Podcasting from beam day (Patricia Mendes Lorenzo, on GridCast)

SDSC director urges academia to make cyberinfrastructure "real" (featuring Fran Berman)

Youngest-ever at grid summer school? (featuring 15-yr-old Iris Schott) 

LHC - The underground movie, (featuring Katie McAlpine, alias "AlpineKat," who produced and starred in this very popular rap video)

 Bonus feature: readers talk back about standards (featuring Oxana Smirnova, Gaby Lenhart, Ruth Pordes)

Stargazing in broad daylight (featuring Connie Rockosi, Edee Wiziecki, Britt Lundgren)

Paola Celio: ARGO, ATLAS and growing the grid (featuring physicist Paola Celio and her work in Tibet and Egypt)

Claim jumping through scientific literature (featuring Catherine Blake)

WISDOM unplugged: malaria drug leads graduate to wet lab (featuring Ana Lucia Da Costa) 

The new Nimbus: first steps in the clouds (featuring Kate Keahey)

United we compute: FermiGrid continues to yield results (featuring Eileen Berman)

Online grid schools, high school grid projects and intensive grid workshops: get on the grid with OSG Education (featuring Alina Bejan)

The world’s climate data from a one-stop-shop (featuring  Kerstin Ronneberger)

Distributed security: keeping Open Science Grid closed to intruders (featuring Mine Altunay) 

“CIC-On-Duty”: smooth operations behind the scenes (featuring  Hélène Cordier)

I'm being shadowed: voices from the GAP (Shadowing Day at EGEE and in the IT dept of CERN)

Grids work like a CHARMM for molecular dynamics (featuring Ana Damjanovic)

Pegasus invites new communities to saddle up (featuring Ewa Deelman)

Roaming mike - Voices from the OSG Great Plains Summer School (featuring Alina Bejan, Estelle Huff, Rebecca Ryan)

More than just computing power: earth science on EGEE (featuring Monique Petitdider)

Open Science Grid takes stock and sets new goals (featuring Fran Berman, Ruth Pordes)  

The CMS "Top 100" (featuring Tulika Bose) 

Geneticists' gateway to the grid (featuring Margie Romine)