Purdue University Grids its Unused Computer Cycles for Genomic, Proteomic Research | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, June 25 -- Purdue University is creating a computational grid to put some 2,300 computers in its instructional labs to work during off-hours, using the United Devices system, the Austin, Texas-based company said today.

 

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