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15 Aug 2019 – Stockholm Science & Innovation School Competition Donates 25 Years of Computing Time to Cancer and Microbiome Research
A high school in Sweden chose to support Mapping Cancer Markers and the Microbiome Immunity Project during a one-month competition between five World Community Grid teams. Here’s what they learned during the process.  
  Tags: Behind the Scenes

23 Jul 2019 – 200,000 Newly Predicted Protein Structures and Counting: The Microbiome Immunity Project's Plans for the Future
The Microbiome Immunity Project has led to the prediction of almost 200,000 unique protein structures (so far), and the project has gone international. Learn more in this video update.  
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11 Dec 2018 – Let Your Computer Daydream Protein Structures: The Microbiome Immunity Project's 1st Full Year
Researchers from three leading scientific institutions are collaborating to explore the proteins in the human microbiome. Learn more about how they work together, and what they've accomplished at the end of the project's first full year, in this update.  
  Tags: Behind the Scenes , Project Update , Video

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.  
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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.  
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23 Aug 2017 – The Bacteria Inside Us: Gaining a New Understanding of Human Disease
What if you could help researchers learn more about how the bacteria in and on our bodies play a role in diseases such as Type 1 diabetes? We're proud to announce our latest project, which will be the first of its kind, large-scale, comprehensive study of the human microbiome.  
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