International Science Grid This Week (iSGTW) is a weekly online publication that covers scientific computing infrastructures and the research they make possible. The iSGTW website has received over one million visitors and its weekly newsletter goes out to 11,000 email subscribers.

Volunteers work together to create 3D virtual models of cultural artifacts destroyed by Islamic State militants (06/05/2015)

A decade of iSGTW! 29/04/2015)

Welcome to ‘the cloud of things’ (22/04/2015)

Citizen scientists earn their stripes with tiger-tagging app (08/04/2015)

Supporting research with grid computing and more (01/04/2015)

A global grid for science (01/04/2015)

Time to get loud about the cloud (18/03/2015)

Simulating sound with supercomputers could lead to development of easy-to-play musical instruments (18/03/2015)

‘Synthetic fossils’ could make it possible to store data on DNA for millions of years (11/03/2015)

Working to make exascale supercomputing a reality (25/02/2015)

Developing cutting-edge ICT systems through public-private partnership (04/02/2015)

More Europeans getting online and using cloud services, but ‘digital divide’ remains (04/01/2015)

Explore the universe from the comfort of your home (28/01/2015)

Exploring the universe with supercomputing (21/01/2015)

Simulation for manufacturing and engineering with CloudSME (10/12/2014)

Volunteer computing_ 10 years of supporting CERN through LHC@home (03/12/2014)

EUDAT_ Smart solutions to manage the rising tide of scientific data (26/11/2014)

Modeling capitalism in the 21st century (12/11/2014)

HPC and big data in the 1950s, or how a British company selling tea and cakes owned the world’s first office computer (05/11/2014)

Protecting the rainforest with upcycled phones and cloud computing (29/10/2014)

Blue-sky thinking for clouds in Heidelberg (22/10/2014)

Building a network for health research in Africa (22/10/2014)

Journeying from data to knowledge at ISC Big Data ’14 (15/10/2014)

Building bridges for research data sharing (08/10/2014)

Celebrating CERN with the sounds of science (08/10/2014)

Sharing research data for the benefit of all society (01/10/2014)

Cloud and big data are hot topics in Heidelberg (01/10/2014)

The societal impacts of grid and cloud computing (24/09/2014)

Digging up value with big-data mining (17/09/2014)

Research Data Alliance meets in Amsterdam (17/09/2014)

Celebrating 10 years of Open Street Map (10/09/2014)

A flood of data set for Amsterdam (03/09/2014)

Unlocking online treasure troves of data (03/09/2014)

HPC is like Formula 1 racing… but cloud is changing things (27/08/2014)

Discussing the challenges of data policy with the RDA (27/08/2014)

Shaping the future of data sharing with EUON (20/08/2014)

Understanding ecosystems to improve sustainability (20/08/2014)

Laying the foundations for better sharing of research data (13/08/2014), Pharrell, Timbaland… step aside! It’s time for the crowd to produce some music (13/08/2014)

Creating a pan-European data infrastructure (23/07/2014)

Study suggests cloud computing can make business more green (16/07/2014)

CERN and UNESCO celebrate anniversary of CERN Convention (09/07/2014)

Building an E-ARK for the archival data deluge (02/07/2014)

International Supercomputing Conference ’14 (25/06/2014)

The future of ‘the information society’ (18/06/2014)

Rapid mapping aids disaster response (18/06/2014)

Cloud computing_ cooking up better contracts with Kuan Hon (11/06/2014)

The internet of plants (04/06/2014)

Handling big data to understand antimatter at CERN’s LHCb experiment (21/05/2014)

Research in Europe boosted by launch of new cloud-computing marketplace (21/05/2014)

EGI Community Forum 2014 (14/05/2014)

Facilitating research collaboration through computing and data infrastructure (30/04/2014)

Blood flow in the brain, multi-scale modeling, and more — life as an early-career HPC researcher (16/04/2014)

Smartphone game lets you pilot a spaceship to help tackle cancer (16/04/2014)

A deluge of data in Dublin (09/04/2014)

User communities at the heart of European Grid Infrastructure (02/04/2014)

IT plays starring role at CineGlobe Film Festival (02/04/2014)

The growth of HPC in the life sciences (26/03/2014)

Research Data Alliance meets in Dublin (26/03/2014)

Digital humanities_ overcoming the barriers to data sharing (19/03/2014)

25 years since the web was conceived at CERN (12/03/2014)

The sky’s the limit for cloud computing (05/03/2014)

Tool developed at CERN makes software citation easier (05/03/2014)

Data without borders — the Research Data Alliance (26/02/2014)

Improving data analytics for better science (26/02/2014)

A musical duet from the edge of our solar system (05/02/2014)

Big data in the humanities and social sciences (05/02/2014)

Swarm sensing_ attaching sensors to bees to tackle colony collapse (29/01/2014)

Reducing earthquake impact with big data and global collaboration (22/01/2014)

Can you find the Lego figurines hidden in the CERN data centre (22/01/2014)

Mapping the stars — Gaia’s big data challenge (15/01/2014)

Tim Bell on the importance of OpenStack for CERN (08/01/2014)

One climate model to rule them all (08/01/2014)

Making complex computations more efficient (11/12/2013)

Shedding light on dark matter (04/12/2013)

Making computing for ‘big science’ more green (13/11/2013)

Supporting a collaborative data infrastructure — for all kinds of research (06/11/2013)

Tracking scientific output across the web (30/10/2013)

All data leads to Rome (30/10/2013)

Web developers recreate line-mode browser (23/10/2013)

Data in the DNA: transforming biology and data storage (09/10/2013)

Nobel prize for physics — the role of the grid (09/10/2013)

Flexibility — for HPC, clouds, and the workforce (02/10/2013)

Preparing for tomorrow’s big data (02/10/2013)

Big brains, big data, and big opportunities (25/09/2013)

Big data, big opportunities — for science and for enterprise (18/09/2013)

Discover big data at CERN (18/09/2013)

Heidelberg set to host inaugural ISC Big Data conference (04/09/2013)

Harnessing the power of the grid for structural biology (24/07/2013)

‘Big farmer’ — reaping the fruits of a big data harvest (17/07/2013)

View from above_ a planet brimming with data (10/07/2013)

Praise for PRACE_ the importance of building expertise in HPC (03/07/2013)

400th issue! (26/06/2013)

Top of the FLOPS at ISC’13 (26/06/2013)

The race to understand the human brain (12/06/2013)

Choosing the right scientific software (29/05/2013)

Science is a voyage — but we need to travel faster, says Ian Foster (22/05/2013)

Building a neural network in your bedroom (15/05/2013)

CERN Computer Centre expands (15/05/2013)

CERN and OpenAIREplus launch new European research repository (08/05/2013)

Have your say in shaping iSGTW to win goodies (01/05/2013)

Using grid computing to improve flow in water distribution networks (24/04/2013)

Cryptography and security at ISC’13 (17/04/2013)

Golden opportunities for e-infrastructures at the EGI Community Forum (17/04/2013)

Highlights from the EGI Community Forum 2013(17/04/2013)

Building the world’s fastest car (10/04/2013)

EGI Community Forum 2013 (03/04/2013)

Seeking synergies in Switzerland (27/03/2013)

Who runs the internet_(27/03/2013)

Stories from the Grid_ Are comets born in asteroid collisions_(20/03/2013)

Listening to the music of the brain could be key to treating epilepsy (06/03/2013)

The world is our calculator (06/03/2013)

Big data, big grid (20/02/2013)

Forecasting the challenges and highlights of Cloudscape V with Wolfgang Gentzsch (13/02/2013)

CERN and Oracle celebrate 30 years of collaboration (13/02/2013)

17-million-digit prime number smashes world record (13/02/2013)

I interact, therefore I am(13/02/2013)

The next generation of scientific computing (06/02/2013)

Standing on the shoulders of software developers (06/02/2013)

Building a wind-tunnel computer to help fight cancer (30/01/2013)

Keeping chilly in Chile — the challenges of high high-performance computing (30/01/2013)

What’s in a name — the battle to save Brazil’s biodiversity (23/01/2013)

The future for science in Europe is bright – and full of clouds! (23/01/2013)

Supercomputer has swear filter added after learning the Urban Dictionary (23/01/2013)

US Library of Congress faces big data challenge for Twitter archive(16/01/2013)

Less than 1% of global data analyzed(09/01/2013)

Big in 2013 – find out what the experts say (19/12/2012)

Happy Holidays!(19/12/2012)

Global aerosol map shows dust in the wind (12/12/2012)

Google Science Fair winner builds neural network to fight cancer (05/12/2012)

Meet Wim Klein – CERN’s human supercomputer (05/12/2012)

Is gaming tech the key to green HPC_ (21/11/2012)

SC12 roundup (21/11/2012)

Along ‘Chem’ a Spider(12/11/2012)

Computing for Sustainable Water Project comes to an end (12/11/2012)

Interview with Steven Newhouse (24/10/2012)

Cloud could give European economy €1 trillion boost by 2020, predicts EC report (10/10/2012)

Why can’t every cloud have an HPC lining_ (03/10/2012)

Researchers edge closer to solving 270-year-old math problem thanks to grid computing (26/09/2012)

Globus Online launches new website for European researchers (26/09/2012)

Announcing the EGI Writing Prize 2013 in association with iSGTW (26/09/2012)

Human Genome Project 2.0 (19/09/2012)

Greetings from Prague!(19/09/2012)

Building a supercomputer with Raspberry Pi and Legos(19/09/2012)

Smartphone grids – the future for distributed computing_(12/09/2012)

Zippy ions could be the key to superfast quantum computers (29/08/2012)

Making mega data centers more durable (22/08/2012)

How to grow a universe – just add a supercomputer(22/08/2012)

Record-breaking US drought set to become the norm(15/08/2012)

Postcards from Mars – but how did they get here_(15/08/2012)

Go on a particle quest at the first CERN hackfest (15/08/2012)