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03 Jul 2018 – The Expanding Frontiers of Carbon Nanotube Technology
The Clean Water Project made an exciting discovery about the possible applications of carbon nanostructures to water purification, biomedical research, and energy research. Dr. Ming Ma, one of the scientists on the project, recently published a paper that summarizes the current status of work in this field.  
  Tags: Project Update

26 Jun 2018 – Data from Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy Project Helps Shed Light on the Mysteries of Protein Interactions
Protein-protein interactions are the basis of cellular structure and function, and understanding these interactions is key to understanding cell life itself. Dr. Alessandra Carbone and her team continue to analyze data on these interactions from the Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy project, and they recently published a new paper to contribute to the body of knowledge in this field.   
  Tags: Project Update , Research Paper

19 Jun 2018 – Microbiome Immunity Project Researchers Create Ambitious Plans for Data
The Microbiome Immunity Project researchers—from Boston, New York, and San Diego—met in person a few weeks ago to make plans that include a 3D map of the protein universe and other far-ranging uses for the data from the project.  
  Tags: Project Update

05 Jun 2018 – Smash Childhood Cancer Researchers Choose New Target Molecules
The Smash Childhood Cancer research team recently chose several new target molecules as the focus of their current work. Learn more about the significance of these molecules in this update.  
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22 May 2018 – FightAIDS@Home – Phase 2 Prepares for A New Stage
The FightAIDS@Home – Phase 2 researchers are making plans to write a paper and to test new compounds as part of the continuing search for new and better treatments.  
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29 Mar 2018 – Help Stop TB Researchers Seek New Team Members
The Help Stop TB researchers are looking to expand their team as they analyze the large amount of data generated by World Community Grid. Read about their plans in this update.   
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20 Mar 2018 – Drug Search for Leishmaniasis Project Continues Quest for Better Treatments
The Drug Search for Leishmaniasis researchers recently conducted lab testing on 10 compounds. The testing showed that none of the compounds were good potential treatments, and the researchers will turn their attention to additional compounds.   
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07 Mar 2018 – Microbiome Immunity Project Already Extending the Known Universe of Protein Structures
The Microbiome Immunity Project is off to a great start on predicting the structures of hundreds of thousands of bacterial proteins within the human gut. Read about their progress and their plans in their first project update.  
  Tags: Project Update

09 Feb 2018 – FightAIDS@Home Has a New Tool and a New Teammate
The FightAIDS@Home project is searching for possible compounds to target the protein shell inside HIV (called the capsid core), which protects the viral RNA. Currently, there are no approved drugs that target this protein shell. In this update, Dr. Olson summarizes the team’s progress to-date, describes a new software tool that will help their work, and introduces us to a new research team member.  
  Tags: Project Update

22 Jan 2018 – Computing for Clean Water Results Inspire Further Study
An international team of researchers was inspired by the Computing for Clean Water project to do a series of further simulations, using a slightly different model and studying the diffusion of oxygen molecules as well as water molecules. Learn about their results, which validated the work done on World Community Grid, in this article.  
  Tags: Project Update , Research Paper

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