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Link - Live, from Brazil

Link of the Week - BELIEF, live from Brazil


São Paulo, Brazil, host to the BELIEF-II conference, at night. Image courtesy Yan Boechat, stock.xchng

So, you are at the BELIEF-II conference in Brazil, and you want to find out about the different projects and initiatives involving researchers from across the world?

Want to know more about how BELIEF-II, also known as "Bringing Europe's eLectronic Infrastructures to Expanding Frontiers - Phase II," relates to South America?

Or hear about how their achievements and findings are deployed among the manifold research organizations?

Learn about collaborating and bringing together new ideas, initiatives and technology in the search for concrete advanced results within the world of e-Infrastructures?

What about how to say "I would like a coffee" in Portuguese?

("Gostaria de um café.")

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