UK lab leads Web vision

January 9, 1998

The Rutherford Appleton laboratory in Oxfordshire will host the first European World Wide Web Consortium Office. It will lead a European Union-backed plan to encourage businesses to adopt Web technologies.

Robert Hopgood, deputy manager of the W3C LA (leverage action) initiative based at the laboratory, said the project would stimulate the use of Web-related specifications in industry.

"The laboratory has a long-standing commitment to the development of standards for the IT industry," he said.

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