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by Rick
24 Jan 2016, 12:30
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Stanford protein folding team for Larisa - team 229464
Replies: 3
Views: 17090

Re: Stanford protein folding team for Larisa - team 229464

The Sandra and Woo fans for Larisa team has completed 1000 work units.
Thanks go to Omeganian, skelster and SeanR.
If you've got cpu cycles to spare, join team 229464 at http://folding.stanford.edu/home/
by Rick
17 Jan 2016, 01:47
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Stanford protein folding team for Larisa - team 229464
Replies: 3
Views: 17090

Re: Stanford protein folding team for Larisa - team 229464

I have earned 1 million points for over 641 work units.
Thanks go to Omeganian, skelster and SeanR.
If you've got cpu cycles to spare, join team 229464 at http://folding.stanford.edu/home/
by Rick
24 Nov 2015, 21:29
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Stanford protein folding team for Larisa - team 229464
Replies: 3
Views: 17090

Re: Stanford protein folding team for Larisa - team 229464

The Sandra and Woo fans for Larisa team has earned 1 million points for over 670 work units.
Thanks go to Omeganian, skelster and SeanR.
If you've got cpu cycles to spare, join team 229464 at http://folding.stanford.edu/home/
by Rick
17 Sep 2015, 18:21
Forum: Introduce yourself / Plug your stuff
Topic: Stanford protein folding team for Larisa - team 229464
Replies: 0
Views: 26027

Stanford protein folding team for Larisa - team 229464

Recently in the comments about Larisa's Wolfram Syndrome, it came up that Stanford University is doing crowd powered research into protein folding to aid understanding of diseases like diabetes and Alzheimer's. I have created a team for S&W fans to contribute their excess CPU cycles to this cause. h...
by Rick
17 Sep 2015, 18:02
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Stanford protein folding team for Larisa - team 229464
Replies: 3
Views: 17090

Stanford protein folding team for Larisa - team 229464

Since no one else did, I started a protein folding team - Sandra_and_Woo_fans_for_Larisa - team number 229464. If you want to donate your wasted CPU cycles to curing disease, try it at http://folding.stanford.edu/nacl/ and join team 229464.