kamaradski Posted February 11, 2014 Share Posted February 11, 2014 (edited) Welcome @ the Ahoyworld.co.uk Folding team ! Homepage: http://kamaradski.com/folding-team Blog posts: http://kamaradski.com/category/tech/ahoy-folding - Do you want a cure for cancer ?- You want clean energy ?- Wonder how to help cure muscular dystrophy ?- Are you curious how folding proteins can help the world ?- Want to help process data from the LHC ( large hadron collider from CERN)- Ever wondered how you can help create clean & safe water ?- Did you ever asked yourself how to do quantum medicinal chemistry at home ?- Or maybe you fancy searching for kerbals with [email protected] ? What is it ?Well you can help do just that !! Join the Ahoyworld grid computing team and help us improve the world step by step ! All this tool will do is use your computer idle-time by calculating tasks for the science project(s) you joined and submit the results back to the lab. In addition it also gives you a cool screensaver. Maybe you are the next person that does a major discovery ! It's easy !All you need to are a few short steps:1 - Install the tool (BOINC): http://boinc.berkeley.edu/index.php2 - Register yourself at one of the projects (see below list of URL's and projects where Ahoyworld is active)3 - Join the ahoyworld team (setting in your online profile) This is obviously the most important of all steps Active Projects !Here is the list where we currently have an active AW-team. If you are already using Boinc for a project that is not listed here, please let me know and i will create the team, so it links into the stats correctly. http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org - Umbrella project with different intresting sub-projects, check it out!http://qmcathome.org - [email protected] - quantum medicinal chemistryhttp://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta - Proteine folding for medical research, very interesting, and awsome screensaverhttp://lhcathomeclassic.cern.ch/sixtrack - Crunch date for the large hadron collider from CERNhttps://setiathome.berkeley.edu - Find out where the Kerbals are hidinghttp://volunteer.cs.und.edu/dna - Discover what regulates the genes in DNA http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu - Search for weak astrophysical signals from spinning neutron stars (also called pulsars) http://www.climateprediction.net - The world’s largest climate experiment http://www.bitcoinutopia.net/bitcoinutopia - Mine cryptocurrencies for incentive awards and science projects. Competition: See my second post below. Statistics !There are some great statistics available to display our recent contributions, and how that relates to other people or teams: http://boincstats.com These statistics are fun and interesting to watch, and will allow us later on to have some mini-competitions \0/ Team stats: http://boincstats.com/en/stats/-1/team/detail/127010649/overview Current member-list: Edited March 16, 2015 by kamaradski Added Einstein project Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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