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17 Aug 2017 – Help Stop TB Uncovers New Data on Mycolic Acids
The Help Stop TB project is turning out to be the most comprehensive study of mycolic acids ever undertaken, which will be of enormous value to all researchers who are interested in how these molecules protect bacteria. In this update, the researchers describe mycolic acid folds that have never been detailed before, and explain how they plan to continue their exploration of this new territory as the project continues.  
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01 Aug 2017 – Potential New Treatments for Leishmaniasis Tested in Lab
The Drug Search for Leishmaniasis team has begun lab testing potential treatments for this serious—yet neglected—tropical disease. In this update, Dr. Carlos Muskus discusses the results of topical (on the skin) testing of four compounds.  
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25 Jul 2017 – New Lab at Tsinghua University Created to Work on Computing for Clean Water Project Findings
Dr. Ming Ma, one of the original members of the Computing for Clean Water research team, has created his own lab at Tsinghua University. Dr. Ma and his team continue to analyze the data generated by the project. Learn more about their current work and plans for the future in this update.  
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29 Jun 2017 – Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy Lead Researcher Releases Two New Open Data Tools
In this letter to volunteers, Dr. Alessandra Carbone, the principal investigator for the Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy project, announces the release of two new open access tools which can accelerate the work of researchers who investigate protein interactions.  
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15 Jun 2017 – FightAIDS@Home Targeting a Key HIV Protein
FightAIDS@Home researchers restarted the first phase of the project at the end of 2016, and in just a few months, they have completed approximately 46 percent of their projected work on World Community Grid. Read about their progress on finding compounds that could stop HIV from replicating.  
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06 Apr 2017 – Mapping Cancer Markers Team Analyzes Lung Cancer Data
In this project update, the Mapping Cancer Markers team describes how they are analyzing 45 million of the most promising lung cancer data results, and how they have begun to disseminate their early findings.  
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28 Mar 2017 – Clean Energy Project Researchers Sharing Results and Planning for the Future
The Clean Energy Project team is working on publicizing their results to-date. They have wrapped up the second phase of the project, and are also making decisions about their future work with World Community Grid.  
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21 Mar 2017 – OpenZika Researchers Continue Calculations and Prepare for Next Stage
The OpenZika researchers are continuing to screen millions of chemical compounds as they look for potential treatments for the Zika virus. In this update, they report on the status of their calculations and their continuing work to spread the word about the project.  
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08 Mar 2017 – Findings from Nutritious Rice for the World Project Made Public
The data from the Nutritious Rice for the World project is now available on a web server built by the researchers, and they recently published a short paper about their findings.  
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28 Feb 2017 – Help Stop TB Team Selects Data Analysis Tools
The Help Stop TB team is hard at work analyzing the data they’ve received so far from World Community Grid. They recently chose two new data analysis tools, which will help them better understand the behavior of the bacterium which causes tuberculosis.  
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