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13 March 2013

Last week, the 10th e-Infrastructure Concertation Meeting took place, hosted by the European Commission Services with the support of the e-ScienceTalk project. Find out what delegates at the event had to say on the subject of measuring project impact and success.

Plus: Read the highlights of discussions concerning the development of the computational infrastructure of 21st century science.


As more and more scientific disciplines become data hungry,  governments and international bodies are starting to commit to developing frameworks that allow convenient, secure and intelligent access and exchange of data. Find out what delegates at the Cloudscape V conference in Brussels had to say on the matter.


Harnessing NASA’s supercomputer, Pleiades, to reconstruct the dynamic forces and undercurrents of the Earth's ocean and sea-ice system.


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