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28 September 2011

It's true: history is made every day. But it hasn't been made quite like this before. With a digital humanities platform called HyperCities, users are now involving 3D reconstructions, multimedia, archival maps, social media feeds, and hypertext to create or explore historical narratives.


A team from the Netherlands has mimicked a global attack on the Worldwide Large Hadron Collider Computing Grid, and released their results at a technical forum in Lyon, France, last week.


The next European framework funding program, which begins 2014, was introduced at the EGI Technical Forum in Lyon last week, and will set aside 80 Billion Euros for research and innovation.


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