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24 July 2013

Could SPLInter be cancer researcher’s first step in finding compounds that could simultaneously shut down multiple proteins? Read about one scientist’s effort and the high-throughput computing resources bringing him one step closer to the answer.


Over 100 delegates gathered in Dublin, Ireland, at the end of May for the e-Infrastructure Reflection Group bi-annual workshop. Representatives from 23 countries met to discuss the best policies for coordination of a European-wide open and innovative e-infrastructure.


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