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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  
  Tags: Project Update
05 Feb 2022 – OpenPandemics - COVID-19: February update
Preliminary validation of WCG results are very promising.  
  Tags: Research Call Notes
17 Dec 2021 – Closing summary from Microbiome Immunity Project
In this message to volunteers, MIP researchers highlight what the acquired data has been and is being used for.  
  Tags: Project Update
09 Dec 2021 – Open-source software from OpenPandemics - COVID-19 helps the researchers
The OPN team is developing open-source tools that help improve the predictions run in WCG and benefit researchers worldwide.  
  Tags: Project Update
06 Dec 2021 – Africa Rainfall Project: December Update
The project's pace is at its fastest.  
  Tags: Research Call Notes
16 Nov 2021 – Volunteers tested 15 trillion signatures for Mapping Cancer Markers project
In this update, coinciding with the 17th anniversary of WCG, the research team summarizes the contribution of all volunteers to each type of tumor and signature size that Mapping Cancer Markers has studied so far.  
  Tags: Project Update

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