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[13 Sep 2007 | Comments Off on Replication of UsefulChem Exp098 in the Southampton blog notebook | ]

In a previous post I said I would try to replicate an experiment from the UsefulChem open Wiki notebook within our blog system to see how it might look. This post is to record what I am doing as I do it. Thus this is the lab book I am using to record the process and decisions I have taken in using a lab book. The pages in the notebook can be found at;
//chemtools.chem.soton.ac.uk/projects/blog/blogs.php/blog_id/15/
I have chosen to use Exp098 as this involved several different stages and modifications to the wiki …

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[13 Sep 2007 | Comments Off on BoF Session on enabling uptake of e-science | ]

I went along to a session on enabling uptake, which has evolved out of groups based in education and training.

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[12 Sep 2007 | Comments Off on Web2.0 tools for Social Sciences at AHM2007 | ]

Having just posted that there didn’t seem to be too much of this we have a talk in the Social Sciences parallel session that covers exactly this.

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[12 Sep 2007 | Comments Off on Distributed data | ]

Some responses to John Wood’s talk on e-science infrastructure at AHM2007.

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[12 Sep 2007 | Comments Off on Themes at the All Hands Meeting | ]

Some themes seem to emerge to me from the talks I have been to.

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[11 Sep 2007 | Comments Off on AHM2007 Medical E-science session | ]

Brief notes on this parallel session from E-science all hands meeting on Tuesday morning.

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[11 Sep 2007 | Comments Off on The ‘inpenetrable’ OMII-UK workshop | ]

Following on from the post yesterday I actually went along to the workshop with the title I didn’t understand. There was much I didn’t understand and a lot of technical terminology that went straight over my head. Terminology is an issue here, particularly where there is a desire to bring in new people. There is an argument that if I’m coming to this meeting it is incumbent on me to figure out the technical terms but if one of the themes of this meeting is expanding the reach of e-science …

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[10 Sep 2007 | One Comment | ]

If it hasn’t been obvious from what has gone previously I am fairly new to the whole E-science world. I am definitely not in any form a computer scientists. I’m not a computer-phobe either but my skills are pretty limited. It’s therefore a little daunting to be going for the first time to an e-science meeting. This is the usual story of not really knowing the people from this community and not necessarily having a clear idea of what people within the field or community think the priorities are.
The programme …