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Este sábado a romper el Guinness mirando la luna en Oaxaca

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Despega exitosamente el Mars Science Laboratory, mejor conocido como Curiosity. Éste se encuentra actualmente en órbita alrededor de la Tierra, para luego comenzar su travesía hacia Marte.
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Today's #EarthfromSpace programme on #Envisat's Salt Lake City and the Great Salt Lake image, now also on #YT...

Earth from Space: Salt Lake

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A new distributed framework for supercomputers called Copernicus, based on the computing technology used in Folding@home, has been developed by Stanford researchers and presented at the SC11 supercomputing conference.

With open-source Copernicus software, other researchers can now run simulations, including molecular models, using processor time on multiple supercomputers or computing clusters, rather than home computers. With an interest in solving protein structures and having large computing clusters on hand, pharmaceutical companies are an example of one potential Copernicus user-group.

http://www.kurzweilai.net/foldinghomes-biological-research-now-on-supercomputers

Do you have some GPU power to spare? Why not use it to run Folding@home and help scientists understand protein folding, misfolding, and related diseases? It will only kick into gear when your computer is idling. Check it out at http://folding.stanford.edu/

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A new distributed framework for supercomputers called Copernicus, based on the computing technology used in Folding@home, has been developed by Stanford researchers and presented at the SC11 supercomputing conference.

With open-source Copernicus software, other researchers can now run simulations, including molecular models, using processor time on multiple supercomputers or computing clusters, rather than home computers. With an interest in solving protein structures and having large computing clusters on hand, pharmaceutical companies are an example of one potential Copernicus user-group.

http://www.kurzweilai.net/foldinghomes-biological-research-now-on-supercomputers

Do you have some GPU power to spare? Why not use it to run Folding@home and help scientists understand protein folding, misfolding, and related diseases? It will only kick into gear when your computer is idling. Check it out at http://folding.stanford.edu/

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