Welcome to our brand new e-ScienceCity! Just like e-Science, our city is changing and growing rapidly and some areas are still being built. Why not visit one of the links below instead?


Welcome to the e-Science City!
Explore our online city and find out more about the world of grids, volunteer computing, supercomputing, and networks. More...

Welcome to GridCafé, the place to explore grid computing in a simple and stimulating way. Feel free to come inside to learn all about what grid computing is and how it's helping physicists, biologists, geologists and more do their work. More...

CloudLounge is here to give you a crash course on cloud computing. If you’re confused by how cloud computing works, want to know how green the technology is, or don’t know the first thing about ‘the cloud’ we’re here to help! More...

e-Science isn’t just for researchers, we want everyone to get involved! Volunteer computing uses the computers that you might find in any home to create a computing grid that can rival the most powerful high-performance supercomputers in the world. Ramble through the Volunteer Garage to find out more about the different projects that you could be part of. More...
HPC Tower explains supercomputing: how it works, what it's for, and how the next generation of supercomputers are being developed.

Data Park is the place to learn all about open data, big data and the networks that allow data to be moved around. You can find out about how developments in computer technology help us to process vast quantities of data to help us make sense of the world around us, and hopefully solve the big problems of the 21st century.

Want to stay up to date with the latest e-Science news, projects and hot topics? You've come to the right place. The Communication Centre is your portal to weekly newsletter iSGTW as well as e-ScienceTalk's briefings and up-to-date news.

The forum will be the place to debate and discuss the hot topics in e-science. Until we’re fully up and running you can find out more in the In Debate section of the original GridCafé site or The Big Issues section of CloudLounge.

Who is working behind the scenes of e-science to bring this amazing technology to life? In the People section, you will be able to find out more about the people involved in e-Science, their work and how to follow in their footsteps. Meanwhile, meet the people behind grid projects at http://www.gridcafe.org/grid-people.html and on GridGuide at http://www.gridguide.org/gridguide-list.php?display_element=1.

Enter the Virtual World Portal to find out how visit our virtual e-ScienceCity on New World Grid. We look forward to meeting you there! More...