myGrid: Supporting data
intensive in silico experiments in bioinformatics. Producing a virtual
laboratory workbench to serve the life sciences community. Originally an EPSRC
e-Science Pilot Project. myGrid is now funded through a follow-on
Platform Grant and as part of OMII-UK.
investigations into the architecture of the Semantic Grid. EU FP6
STREP. Technical Director.
PsyGrid: To provide resources
to clinicians, researchers and others interested in first episode
psychosis. e-Science project sponsored by the Medical Research Council
and the Department of Health.
ESNW: E-Science North West regional
e-Science centre. One of the National e-Science Centres throughout Great
Britain, ESNW co-ordinates research based projects between academic and
The myTea Best Practice
project is about taking the lessons learned from the
Smart Tea project in
CombeChem and applying that within the
myGrid e-Science project's work to support Bioinformaticians.
- The myIB EPSRC e-Science Best Practice project with
to transfer the Taverna
workflow, provenance recording and LSID know-how from myGrid to the
Integrative Biology project.
Rapid Prototyping: EPSRC e-Science Best Practice project rapid
development of Grid middleware, with
Link-Up: EPSRC e-science
sisters networking project, networking
myGrid with the
BIRN project at San Diego
Supercomputing Centre, UC at Davis,
Interactive Knowledge Capture group in
ISI at Uni Southern California and the
ISPIDER: An insilico
proteome integrated data Grid. e-Science project sponsored by the BBSRC
Bioinformatics and E-Science programme.
COHSE: Conceptual Open
Hypermedia Support Environment. Sun Microsystems.
Network of Excellence on the Semantic Web. EU FP6. Research Area
Manager with Rudi Studer.
Collaborative Open Ontology Development Environment for