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Why Folding@home?
Posted on Wednesday, June 17 2009 @ 13:03:13 UTC by Evaders99

News from Evaders99 "Everyone can make a contribution to the research, and your work units are all extremely valuable to the guys at Stanford. This is your chance to be a part of groundbreaking medical science and make your PC a component of the world’s most powerful supercomputer. You only need to download a small app to take part. Also, if you aren’t bothered about the competitive aspect of Folding@home, then we’re sure that Rosetta@home will appreciate having any spare CPU time you can give as well."

Bit-tech.net has a great article: What is Folding and Why does it matter?
I join for the science and the competition: if you are interested, check out Stanford and join team 96904


 
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