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12th & 13th December 2007 (Washington DC): [http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/49929/ 'Curating Scientific Data: A Practitioners Viewpoint'] presentation by Simon Coles
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12th & 13th December 2007 (Washington DC): [http://www.dcc.ac.uk/events/dcc-2007/programme/ 'Challenges and issues relating to the use of Representation Information for the digital curation of Crystallography and Engineering Data'] presentation by Manjula Patel and Alexander Ball
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== DRIVER Summit Meeting ==
== DRIVER Summit Meeting ==
16th & 17th January 2008 (Goettingen, Germany): 'The eCrystals Federation Project' briefing by Simon Coles & Liz Lyon
16th & 17th January 2008 (Goettingen, Germany): 'The eCrystals Federation Project' briefing by Simon Coles & Liz Lyon

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Contents

Microsoft eScience at RENCI

21st - 23rd October 2007 (Chapel Hill, NC): Conference presentation by Simon Coles, using the eCrystals repository and its interactions throughout the crystallographic community to demonstrate the use of open data repositories in sharing and reusing experimental information.

CNI Taskforce Fall 2007 Meeting

10th & 11th December 2007 (Washington DC): 'eCrystals Project Briefing'

eCrystals Federation: Open Repositories for Open Science by Simon Coles, Liz Lyon and Manjula Patel.

3rd Intenational Digital Curation Conference

12th & 13th December 2007 (Washington DC): 'Curating Scientific Data: A Practitioners Viewpoint' presentation by Simon Coles


DRIVER Summit Meeting

16th & 17th January 2008 (Goettingen, Germany): 'The eCrystals Federation Project' briefing by Simon Coles & Liz Lyon

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