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Featured GridCast: EGI Community Forum 2012, Munich

EGI Community Forum 2012, Munich, GermanyThe EGI Technical Forum 2012 will be hosted by EGI.eu in partnership with CESNET, the consortium of Czech universities and the Czech Academy of Sciences that represents the country in the EGI Council. Reflecting on the considerable progress made by the collaboration so far and looking forwards to the challenges of public availability, reusability and transparency of scientific methods and data in Open Science, the core theme of this Technical Forum is: "The development of an open and sustainable EGI ecosystem that will support Open Science in the digital European Research

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