Upload server problems
Source:  Einstein@Home
vendredi 9 janvier 2015 15:47

Einstein@Home is experiencing problems with its upload server. Currently result upload is not possible. Clients may back off from fetching more work until they could upload and report the finished work. We're frantically working on a solution. Detailed discussion can be found in the Technical News forum. BM

FightMalaria@Home data now available online
Source:  FightMalaria@Home
mardi 6 janvier 2015 17:35

Hi all volunteers,

We have made a results website for easy access to the data we generated using the FM@H BOINC server. The first 400 MMV compounds (MalariaBox) data is available here:

We're still doing the last repeat calculations for the remaining MMV19k and other datasets, the results of which we'll add to this website. We'll also add the TB data to this site, once we've cleaned it up and added orthogonal scoring data.

I had hoped to get the publication out prior to releasing this 'raw' data, but this is taking longer than I'd hoped. Once the paper is submitted I'll add a pre-print to the website also. The scoring functions will then make more sense.

Thanks again for your generous contributions to this project.

We're optimistic that someone, somewhere, will use this data to confirm our findings and provide the world with novel drugs... and new targets for further anti-malarial drug discovery.


Waiting for data. And checking TB ones.
Source:  FightMalaria@Home
mardi 6 janvier 2015 16:46

The number of WU computed since the rebirth of the project is 6 382 787.
I will need some time to check everything, and maybe create new WU for weird results.
There are only 22 000 errors. That's 0.003% :)

Well done. We need to create a new database in order to work on a new disease.

Wait and see but be ready!

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No new work currently available for Outsmart Ebola Together
Source:  World Community Grid News and Updates
mercredi 31 décembre 2014 19:04

There is currently a temporary pause in the sending of new work for the Outsmart Ebola Together project.

Happy crunchmas!
Source:  GPUGrid
mardi 23 décembre 2014 14:43

We have fed GPUGRID with some new WU to keep you guys busy this christmas. This time we are simulating the binding of a small ligand to a protein called CXCL12, member of the family of chemokines. This protein appears to be altered in cancer and other inflammatory diseases. Happy Chrunchmas!

How Your Tablet Can Help Find an Ebola Cure
Source:  World Community Grid News and Updates
vendredi 19 décembre 2014 20:16

An article on TIME.com about the new Outsmart Ebola Together project on World Community Grid.

12-digit factor of P2203 has now been found by the project...
Source:  WEP-M+2 Project
vendredi 19 décembre 2014 12:52

...59010 times

New Nbody version 1.46
Source:  Milkyway@home
vendredi 19 décembre 2014 20:24

Hey Everyone,

There is now a new version of Nbody, 1.46. This version calculates the initial Dwarf galaxy using a different method than previously. It should solve many of the work unit stalling issues some users were having. If there are any errors let us know.

The runs currently up are:

New imaging tools accelerate cancer research
Source:  World Community Grid News and Updates
lundi 15 décembre 2014 19:55

The Help Defeat Cancer research team at the Ontario Cancer Institute continues to analyze the millions of protein-crystallization images processed by World Community Grid volunteers, by building new classifiers based on a combination of Grid-processed image features, and deep features learned directly from image pixels. Improvements in image classification, along with new data provided by our collaborators increase possibilities for discovering useful and interesting patterns in protein crystallization.

IBM, Scripps Want To Enlist Your Smartphone In Fight Against Ebola
Source:  World Community Grid News and Updates
lundi 8 décembre 2014 17:21

An article on International Business Times.com about the new Outsmart Ebola Together project on World Community Grid.


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