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04 Aug 2022 – Interview with Help Stop TB team
Learn about the current state and future plans of Help Stop TB through this brief interview  
  Tags: Project Update
29 Jul 2022 – Interview with Africa Rainfall Project team
Learn about the current state and future plans of the Africa Rainfall Project through this brief interview  
  Tags: Project Update
27 Jul 2022 – Research update from the SCC team
A short research update from the Smash Childhood Cancer team  
  Tags: Project Update
19 Apr 2022 – Help Stop TB techniques
Help Stop TB scientists give us an overview of the algorithms used for the project, and the reasons behind their choice.  
  Tags: Project Update
01 Apr 2022 – Mapping Cancer Markers Q&A
Mapping cancer markers researchers answer questions asked on the forum  
  Tags: Project Update
28 Mar 2022 – The African Rainfall Project
Nick van de Giesen and Camille Le Coz from Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, give us some detailed background on the African Rainfall Project  
  Tags: Behind the Scenes
21 Mar 2022 – Smash Childhood Cancer - rhabdomyosarcoma
Charles Keller MD | Scientific Director of Children's Cancer Therapy Development Institute, gives us some detailed background on rhabdomyosarcoma  
  Tags: Project Update
10 Mar 2022 – Open Pandemics Q&A
Open Pandemics researchers answer questions asked on the forum  
  Tags: Project Update
08 Mar 2022 – Comparison of CPU and GPU performance in Open Pandemics Project
How does CPU and GPU compare in terms of energy and speed? OPN researchers compare them using two example packages.  
  Tags: Behind the Scenes
07 Feb 2022 – Smash Childhood Cancer: February update
The team is progressing in its effort to validate compounds inhibiting molecules with important roles in most frequent childhood cancers  
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