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Message 21423 - Posted: 7 Jul 2009, 17:42:34 UTC

I believe this is the right link:
However, the article does not even mention LHC@home as a part of the LHC computing grid. Instead, the latest Amaldi conference held at Columbia University had a presentation and a poster on the Einstein@home results in gravitational waves research. Maybe the LHC scientists should follow the road pioneered by Eoardo Amaldi in the search for gravitational waves. As a matter of fact, he was one of the founding fathers of CERN. See his biography by Carlo Rubbia on the LIGO home page, scientific collaborations, Amaldi conference.
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