Anyone with a computer can help this Covid-19 project
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The Washington University School of Medicine’s [email protected] project will utilise supercomputers at the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Centre to better understand protein behaviour in diseases.
The project is calling on anyone with a personal computer to help out, as they can lend any unused background capacity to help power simulations into protein behaviour. These mass simulations will examine how proteins fold and interact with drugs to treat Covid-19 on an unprecedented scale. However, before it can do this, scientists must design drug simulations, which requires a large amount of computing power.
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