IBM, ISB Lead Effort to Start Public Grid-Computing Protein-Folding Project

The Institute for Systems Biology, IBM, United Devices, and the University of Washington have embarked on a public grid-computing project to predict the three-dimensional structure of proteins, ISB said this week.

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