Mark your calendar for the next meeting of the W3C HPC community group. We have a special lineup this time, with guest speakers addressing new developments in making the web work for science. Mozilla recently announced the opening of its Mozilla Science Lab, and we’re fortunate to have lab Director Kaitlin Thaney talk to us about this exciting new initiative. We also have a demo on tap from Rion Dooley who will show us some of the new functionality recently rolled out in iPlant. And David Skinner will catch us up on all the activities at this year’s Globus World. It’s all happening July 11 at 2:00 Pacific Time. Hope you can join us!
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An introduction to Mozilla Science Lab
Kaitlin Thaney, Mozilla Science Lab
New functionality in Agave, the iPlant API
Rion Dooley, TACC
Update from Globus World 2013
David Skinner, NERSC