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October 20, 2006


ICT in higher education
Published in The Times Higher
on October 20 2006


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'E-Science opportunities for academics in the arts and humanities are great, and attention is moving their way.'

Open your hearts  
E-Science is the way ahead for research and education

Solutions in hand  
Researchers in the arts and humanities are getting to grips with the data deluge

To ubiquity and beyond  
The challenge of going global

Fire up the young Einsteins  
To spark schoolchildren’s interest in science, researchers are letting them contribute to their projects

Go to the grid to sieve, sort and report  
Social scientists are gaining the ability to sift through increasingly huge masses of data

What lies beneath  
A user’s guide to the grid

Quest for healing  
The computing power of the National Grid Service is a vital tool in the fight against HIV

Rehearsals of a creative connection  
Performing artists are exploring collaborations with e-Science

The taste of success  
Predicting the structures of organic molecules has aided medical breakthroughs

Prick up your ears  
The British Library’s sounds archive will add new dimensions to research

The chips are flying  
A virtual collaboratory allows researchers on almost any campus in Canada to access costly advanced equipment

Put your plans on the map  
Wipe out the whiteboard and start mind-mapping

Dial ‘L’ for library  
The contents of an entire library could be carried on a mobile phone within a decade as work progresses on the ‘nanospin project’

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On the part of versatility and freedom of use, these technologies are also a double-edged sword.
On the part of versatility and freedom of use, these technologies are also a double-edged sword.

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