Kentdome is donating servers unused CPU cycles to a distributed computing project by Stanford University. Folding@home is geared to unravel the mysteries of the protein folding procedure, to try and help scientiest understand why and how proteins ‘fold’; these projects include the search for cures of: Alzheimer’s Disease, Cancer, Huntington’s Disease, Osteogenesis Imperfecta, BSE, Creutzfeldt Jakob Disease, and Parkinson’s Disease.
We invite you to join our Kentdome Folding@home team or start your own team. Those owning a Playstation 3 know that they can use their PS3 for Folding@Home. Likewise Macintosh, Linux and Windows users can also download the software as well.
Your participation can help lead to a cure for these diseases, so donate computing cycles generously!
Team id: 86547
The project has already come up with a number of notable scientific results, and is with our help and yours, continues to go somewhere tangible as you can see at Stanford’s whitepage papers.