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Millennium project

A parallel computing project at the University of California at Berkeley. Using nearly a thousand computers donated by Intel, its focus is on developing a multi-level "system of systems" that uses local clusters of SMP machines called a "CLUMP." The CLUMPs use technology from the earlier NOW (Network of Workstations) project at Berkeley. See NOW project and Beowulf.
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The shop, on Blackmoorfoot Road, was opened up in 2000 as a millenium project by then Bishop of Wakefield, Nigel McCulloch, who now believes that it is the only remaining millenium project he worked on in each parish in his diocese that is still running today.
The Millenium Project has been ranked sixth best think tank in the world for new ideas and paradigms.
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I think he got his knighthood for being the driving force behind the Millenium Project in Bham city centre.
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Cameco purchases AREVA's interest in the Millenium project (page 3).
But the success of re-introducing these stunning birds back into the wild, itself a millenium project back in 2000, has been marred by the killing of these majestic creatures.
Millenium Project declared that "sexual and reproductive health" are essential to achieving the otherwise innocuous Millenium Development Goals (such as reducing maternal and child mortality rates, by means of opposing genital mutilation and preventing obstetric fistula) (C-Faro, June 16, 2006).
Millenium Project says drastic reductions in hunger, illiteracy, disease and other manifestations of poverty are not only feasible, but are "utterly affordable.
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Not only that, but against the millions of pounds of our hard-earned cash to build a stupid Millenium Project that, might I add, nobody wants anyway
The following is one view of how the world could look in the year 2050, as envisioned by a global network of over 550 futurists, scholars, business planners, and policymakers who comprise the ongoing Millenium Project of the American Council for the United Nations University.