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27 March 2013

The Open Science Grid held an all hands meeting at Indiana University - Purdue University in Indianapolis, US, to focus on the computational needs of research and academic communities at every scale. Read about the success of this versatile consortium and the many disciplines it enables.


'CRISP', is a European project established to help encourage and enable collaborating partners to combine their know-how and complementary expertise in the field of physics research in an effective manner. iSGTW reports from their 2nd Annual meeting, which was held at the Paul Scherrer Institute last week.


Pronto Diagnostics, a leading provider of molecular diagnostic products and services from Israel, is using distributed computing resources to improve DNA sequencing techniques. Thanks to the European Grid Infrastructure and Israel’s IsraGrid, it’s as easy as AGCT!


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