December 02, 2011
Dec. 1 -- Royal Society Publishing has recently published e-Science: novel research, new science and enduring impact, compiled and edited by David W Walker, Malcolm P Atkinson, John M Brooke and Paul Watson. This Theme Issue features selected papers from AHM 2010, with the aim of highlighting some of the most innovative and interesting research of the e-Science community.
The annual e-Science All Hands Meeting (AHM) is the premier e-Science conference held regularly in the United Kingdom, and provides a forum for the e-Science community to present and demonstrate their research, exchange ideas and socialize. The AHM typically attracts a few hundred participants from academia, industry and commerce, with a technical programme of keynote presentations, regular sessions, workshops, poster sessions and birds-of-a-feather meetings. As the AHMs have developed, they have adopted a broad interpretation of what is meant by e-Science, and that is reflected in the articles published in this issue.
You can order the issue online via http://bit.ly/eSci for further details (enter special code TA 1949 when prompted) or you can go straight to the issue contents at http://rsta.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/369/1949.toc which is free to access until 31st December 2011.
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