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ОДЛК: News

Acoustics@home: News

  • Paper in the proceedings of GRID'2018

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 21, 2019, 8:40pm CET
    A new paper has been published: 'Oleg Zaikin, Pavel Petrov and Ilya Kurochkin. Application of BOINC-based volunteer computing for comparison of the geoacoustic inversion algorithms efficiency // Selected Papers of the 8th International Conference on Distributed Computing and Grid-technologies in Science and Education. CEUR-WS. 2018. Vol. 2267. pp. 298-301'

XANSONS for COD: News

  • 705 new structures

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 19, 2019, 7:21pm CET
    New COD entries are added.

    Update. All WUs are sent to the hosts.

WEP-M+2 Project

MilkyWay@home:

  • Micromanaging CPU vs GPU Workunit Limits

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 17, 2019, 10:56pm CET
    Hey Everyone,

    I will be tweaking some config options on the server to better improve database stability and allow for stockpiling of more workunits by GPU users.

    The new workunit limits should be as follows:
    Separation:
    600 total
    200 GPU (Per GPU up to 600)
    40 CPU (Per CPU up to 600)
    Nbody:
    120 total
    20 CPU (Per CPU up to 120)


    Hopefully you guys notice this on your end. If we notice we are running out of workunits more frequently on the server, I will increase the workunit cache a bit.

    Let me know what you all think about these numbers and how it is working for you.

    Jake

GoofyxGrid@Home: News

MilkyWay@home:

  • New Separation Runs

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 16, 2019, 4:48pm CET
    Hey Everyone,

    Just wanted you all to know I put up some new separation runs. These runs are back to fitting 3 streams and are bundled in groups of 5. The names of these runs are:

    de_modfit_80_bundle5_3s_NoContraintsWithDisk200_1
    de_modfit_81_bundle5_3s_NoContraintsWithDisk200_1
    de_modfit_82_bundle5_3s_NoContraintsWithDisk200_1
    de_modfit_83_bundle5_3s_NoContraintsWithDisk200_1
    de_modfit_84_bundle5_3s_NoContraintsWithDisk200_1
    de_modfit_85_bundle5_3s_NoContraintsWithDisk200_2
    de_modfit_86_bundle5_3s_NoContraintsWithDisk200_1

    If you have any trouble with these runs, please let me know.

    Thank you all for your continued support.

    Jake

Rosetta@home

  • Another publication in Nature describing the first de novo designed proteins with anti-cancer activity

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 14, 2019, 11:58pm CET


    A report was published in Nature last week describing the first de novo designed proteins with anti-cancer activity.

    These compact molecules were designed to stimulate the same receptors as IL-2, a powerful immunotherapeutic drug, while avoiding unwanted off-target receptor interactions. We believe this is just the first of many computer-generated cancer drugs with enhanced specificity and potency.

    R@h participants provided computing for forward folding experiments used in this study which helped validate designs. We'd like to congratulate and thank all R@h volunteers who contributed to this work! Thank you!

    Read the full article here: [https:]] (PDF)

SETI@home: News

  • Little bits of previously unfinished data.

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 11, 2019, 7:28pm CET
    You may have noticed occasional bits of data from years past showing up in your queue. While running a completeness check I noticed some files that had never been completely analyzed. Some may have fallen through the cracks. Some may just be bad data that never made it through the splitters. I'm going to trickle them into the queue when the Arecibo queue is empty, just in case.

Universe@Home: News

  • Server site maintenance break between 11th and 13th January

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 8, 2019, 4:56pm CET
    I just get message form server room staff:

    "Dear all
    A big shutdown of our network is coming!
    Due to the measurements of the power grid, we have to switch off
    the computer network in the whole building from 11 to 13 January 2019.
    During this time, no computers will be working and even there will be
    no voltage in the electrical sockets.
    We are very sorry for the inconvenience, but we have little influence on it.
    Best regards
    sysadms"

SETI@home: News

  • Science database crash...

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 7, 2019, 1:17am CET
    We had a minor science database crash today that brought work generation to a halt. Everything appears to be OK with no data losses. We should [be] entirely back up at this point, but I'll keep checking things out.

PrimeGrid

XANSONS for COD: News

  • No new structures today

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 5, 2019, 5:16pm CET
    Probably due to the holidays, less than 20 new structures were added to the Crystallography Open Database over the past two weeks. It will be better to process them along with the next bunch (January 19th).

Einstein@Home

  • Jan 6th: UWM network maintenance

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 5, 2019, 2:59pm CET by Shawn Kwang

    I apologize for the late notice, but UWM IT networking will be performing a maintenance window for all of UWM services on January 6th 2019 (2019-01-06) from 0600 UTC to 1400 UTC. There is may short periods of network outages as the networking equipment is upgraded. During these times Einstein@Home Website might not be available. As usual volunteers will not need to do anything with their clients. Thanks for your patience.

    And sorry again for the late notice.

    Times in
    CET: 0700 - 1500
    EST: 0100 - 0900

Rosetta@home

  • Nature article on IPD work voted ‘2018 Reader’s Choice’

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 4, 2019, 2:06am CET


    Readers of Nature’s News & Views selected an article about our work as their 2018 Reader’s Choice!

    The article, written by Roberto Chica of University of Ottawa, does a fantastic job detailing our recent publication on de novo fluorescence-activating proteins — and the challenges of de novo protein design more generally.
  • New publication in Nature: programmable heterodimers

    Veröffentlicht: Januar 4, 2019, 1:57am CET


    A new report was recently published in Nature describing the design of proteins that mimic DNA.

    Using computational design, heterodimeric proteins that form double helices with hydrogen-bond mediated specificity were created. When a pool of these new protein zippers gets melted and then allowed to refold, only the proper pairings form. They are all-against-all orthogonal. With these new tools in hand, it may be possible to construct large protein-based machines that self-assemble in predictable ways.

    Read the full article here: [https:]] (PDF)

    We'd like to thank all Rosetta@home volunteers who contributed computing resources used in this work. Thank you!

Radioactive@Home: News

  • New detectors...

    Veröffentlicht: Dezember 31, 2018, 1:42am CET
    After long time I will like to order from professional company a set of around 100-150 detectors... What you think about it? (I know, map doesn't work as Google change its policy, we will move to OSM in January...) New detectors cost will be around 30-33 Euros as we not assemble it manually ourselves but order it from selected company... Edit: My Patrone profile (where Poll is): [https:]

RNA World (beta):

  • Merry Christmas

    Veröffentlicht: Dezember 25, 2018, 1:52pm CET
    Hi, I have dual Xeon, 88 thread machine running 24/7 nnd very reliable with VM installed, Im running LHC (VM too) 24/7 but want to crunch RNA too, possible to get some WUs or 1 pls? Want to help this project ... Thank you, Jirka

GPUGRID

  • Season's Greetings from Gpugrid!

    Veröffentlicht: Dezember 24, 2018, 9:00pm CET
    We hope that the cold of the winter is at least a bit relieved by WUs crunching... to you all crunchers we wish a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

SETI@home: News