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11 May 2015 – The hard work of making discoveries useful
Even as World Community Grid computations continue, the team behind the Clean Energy Project is busy improving their database structure, making their results more accessible to the wider scientific community, and authoring papers to disseminate the methodology behind the project. Also, look out for their new project website coming soon!  
  Tags: Project Update

05 May 2015 – A milestone and a roadmap: progress in the fight against Ebola
Thanks to the huge level of support from World Community Grid, the team at the Scripps Research Institute has already received most of the matching data for the first target protein of the Ebola virus. While this data is being analyzed, the search now moves to another related protein with potential to help the fight against hemorrhagic fevers.  
  Tags: Project Update

22 Apr 2015 – Turning virtual results into real-world treatments for schistosoma
The research team has combed through the grid computing results of Say No to Schistosoma, using several additional analytical techniques to help them select promising compounds. The three most promising substances are undergoing additional testing with the hope of identifying the most effective potential treatments for schistosomiasis.  
  Tags: Project Update

09 Mar 2015 – Top distributed computing projects still hard at work fighting the world's worst health issues
An article on ITWorld.com about the Outsmart Ebola Together project on World Community Grid.   
  Tags: Media

26 Feb 2015 – Seven quadrillion comparisons later, Uncovering Genome Mysteries is just getting started
The Uncovering Genome Mysteries research team has started analyzing results from their massive ongoing project, which is comparing proteins between diverse organisms from around the world. Better understanding of similarities between proteomes should help scientists develop sustainable technologies, renewable materials, productive crops, and new treatments for stubborn diseases.  
  Tags: Project Update

20 Feb 2015 – The end of the beginning is near for FightAIDS@Home
Thanks to the incredible generosity of World Community Grid volunteers, the FightAIDS@Home project team has finished with an important stage of their project. The research team has refocused on analyzing their existing results and preparing for the end of this historic grid computing stage.  
  Tags: Project Update

20 Feb 2015 – World Community Grid Update - February 2015
An update about recent and upcoming technical activities at World Community Grid.  
  Tags: Behind the Scenes

12 Feb 2015 – Using one cancer to help defeat many: Mapping Cancer Markers makes progress
Results from the first stage of the Mapping Cancer Markers project are helping the researchers identify the markers for lung cancer, as well as improve their research methodology as they move on to analyze other cancers.  
  Tags: Project Update

09 Feb 2015 – Making progress against two of the world’s deadliest diseases
The GO Fight Against Malaria team has just published a paper in which they describe an unexpected benefit of their research: they’ve identified two compounds that could advance the future development of new drugs to treat tuberculosis, including drug-resistant tuberculosis. These results open up a new front in the fight against tuberculosis, which is constantly evolving to resist existing treatments.  
  Tags: Event or Milestone , Research Paper

09 Feb 2015 – Computing for Clean Water on the road to publication
The Computing for Clean Water team has written a paper describing the results of their research on World Community Grid. They’ve described the novel flow effect that all you volunteers helped discover. Their paper is currently under consideration at a prestigious journal.  
  Tags: Project Update

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