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Next week (17-22 March), iSGTW will be at the International Symposium on Grids and Clouds (ISGC) 2013 in Taipei, Taiwan. For more than a decade, ISGC has been tracking the advances in distributed computing across the Asia Pacific region and leading the development of regional e-science activities and collaborations around the world. The theme of this year's event is 'collaborative simulation, modelling and data analytics in grids and clouds'. Be sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ for live updates from this event. The twitter hashtag will be #isgc2013.

We will also be reporting directly from the CRISP 2nd Annual Meeting, which will be hosted at the Paul Scherrer Institute, in Villigen, Switzerland from 18-20 March. CRISP is The Cluster of Research Infrastructures for Synergies in Physics, and you can find out more about the initiative in the video below.

Michael Krisch and Ian Lishman discuss the CRISP project.

- Andrew Purcell

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