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14 Feb /14
The Center for Computational Imaging and Simulation Technologies in Biomedicine at The University of Sheffield (http://sheffield.ac.uk/), is leading the “Virtual Physiological Human: DementiA Research Enabled by IT” (VPH-DARE@IT) project, which aims to provide a systematic, multifactorial and multiscale modelling approach to understanding dementia onset and progression and enable more objective, earlier, predictive and individualised diagnoses and prognoses of dementias to cope with the challenge of an ageing European society. See http://www.vph-dare.eu/ for more details.
1 Jan /14
Professor Carole Goble has been awarded a CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) for services to science in the 2014 New Year's Honours List.
20 Dec /13
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4 Dec /13
The myGrid team at University of Manchester are pleased to announce this second alpha of Taverna 3. This release includes the capability to save and load workflow runs as data bundles. This means that a workflow run and its provenance can be shared with other users and other installations of Taverna. The data bundle format is based on ZIP and JSON and is intended to be parsed and created by third-party applications.
22 Nov /13
This update includes support for exporting a whole workflow run as a single data bundle (a ZIP file), which can subsequently be shared using sites like myExperiment and Dropbox. For installation instructions, see https://github.com/wf4ever/taverna-prov
22 Nov /13
21 Nov /13
Donal Fellows has posted a slide deck on using Components in Taverna Workflows on SlideShare at http://www.slideshare.net/DonalFellows/scape-components-bootcamp
21 Oct /13
To try it out, start Taverna Workbench, and from Advanced -> Plugins and Updates, install "WebDAV plugin" from "Prototype plugins".
18 Oct /13
Researchers are often on the move, say at conferences or projects meetings, and as workflows are becoming ubiquitous in the scientific process, having access to scientific workflows from a mobile device would be a significant advantage. We therefore have developed Taverna Mobile, an application for Android phones which allows browsing of existing workflows, executing them, and reviewing the results.