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16 Jul 2015 – Unlocking new potential for improving access to clean water
An exciting video about the recent Computing for Clean Water breakthrough.  
  Tags: Event or Milestone , Project Update , Video

14 Jul 2015 – Security upgrade, Monday, July 20, 2015
We will be updating our security certificates on Monday, July 20th, 2015. Volunteers using older versions of the software may need to upgrade.   
  Tags: Technical Issue

12 Jul 2015 – Exceptional early results in the fight against Leishmaniasis
The Drug Search for Leishmaniasis team has completed in vitro lab testing of the 10 top-rated compounds identified during screening, and have found that 4 of those 10 have very interesting properties that could point the way to new therapies. The post-processing of results continues, with the hope of identifying even more promising compounds for future lab and in vivo testing.  
  Tags: Project Update

06 Jul 2015 – Enhancing the potential for nanotechnology to improve access to clean water for millions
The Computing for Clean Water team has discovered how water can pass through tiny carbon nanotubes much more easily than previously predicted. This groundbreaking understanding of a fundamental physical process holds potential for improving access to clean water for millions through more efficient water filtration and desalination, as well as possible applications in clean energy and medicine. This discovery has been published in Nature Nanotechnology, the world's most prestigious nanotechnology journal.   
  Tags: Event or Milestone , Project Update , Research Paper , Video

15 Jun 2015 – In 10 years, 'crowdsourced computing' has changed the world; now it's tackling Ebola
An article on TheIndependent.com detailing the past 10 successful years of World Community Grid.  
  Tags: Media

05 Jun 2015 – Post grid calculations continue to yield progress and inspire new methods against deadly diseases
The GO Fight Against Malaria project team has been making good use of the calculations which were conducted by our volunteers and that concluded in summer 2013. Their findings have sparked progress against not only malaria, but tuberculosis as well. They have one paper published and two more about to be submitted. They continue their work to publish their findings, after which they will resume the analysis on and experimental assessment of the massive amount of data generated by World Community Grid volunteers.  
  Tags: Project Update

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 – Firmware Upgrade: Tuesday, May 5, 2015 at 14:00:00 UTC [ Completed ]
A firmware upgrade will be performed on Tuesday, May 5th. [ Completed ]  
  Tags: Technical Issue

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

04 May 2015 – Research task availability resumes following unexpected outage
Starting on May 3rd, no work units were distributed across all World Community Grid projects due to technical issues which have now been resolved.   
  Tags: Technical Issue

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