The Protein Data Bank (PDB) based at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and the University of California-San Diego (UCSD) has put the 50,000th molecule structure into its archive, joining other structures vital to pharmacology, bioinformatics and education.
Kognitio will develop, release and support a version of its WX2 analytical Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) that runs on the open source Solaris Operating System (OS).
The O'Reilly School of Technology (OST) and Wolfram Research have signed a special licensing agreement to develop a Web 2.0 version of Mathematica.
LMS International has signed a contract with EADS and IMACS to integrate next-generation acoustic simulation technologies in LMS Virtual.Lab.
The Black Sea Interconnection (BSI) project has been launched, which will build a regional research and education network among South Caucasus countries and link them to GÃ©ant2, the high bandwidth, pan-European research network.
A total of 20 million supercomputing hours have been allocated to the Spanish Supercomputing Network (known as Red EspaÃ±ola de SupercomputaciÃ³n or RES).
Collaboration between researchers in the Asia-Pacific region and their peers across the globe has been extended by an â‚¬18 million investment in the Tein3 high speed research and education network from the European Union and its Asian partners.
Scientists at Microsoft Research Cambridge have developed a technology to study individual and populations of animals and their sensitivity and response to changes in their environment.
The University of Keele is one of three new institutions to recently contribute resources to the UK National Grid Service (NGS), and the first institution to contribute its SRIF3 (Science Research Investment Fund) funded resource to the NGS.
Network provider Dante has launched a high-speed connection link between the Ukrainian National Research and Education Networks (NREN), called URAN, and the high bandwidth, pan-European research network, GÃ‰ANT2.
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