Nearly 14,000 years ago, humans hunted mastadons and woolly mammoths. In May, people contributing to World Community Grid helped researchers hunt for clues to cure diseases and find improved sources of energy, and donated nearly 14,000 years of run time in one month!
Thanks to all of you for your support!
What if you could #HelpStopTB while tweeting? Announcing our first new research project of 2016: ow.ly/ZSyvd #WorldTBDay
Cancer has some powerful enemies, including volunteers from all over the world who donate their computing time to helping researchers search for cancer markers.
Breakthrough! #WCGrid helps researchers find drug candidates that kill #cancer cells with no apparent side effects: ow.ly/tPG3X
In April 2015, astronomers discovered one of the most distant planets they have yet found...13,000 light years away from Earth.
In April 2016, World Community Grid volunteers donated 13,000 years of computing time to research on cancer, tuberculosis, genomics, clean energy, AIDS, and Ebola. If you are a volunteer, thank you for helping accelerate scientific progress. If you're not a volunteer yet, join us!
What if you could help accelerate research on a treatment for #Zika? Announcing #OpenZika, our newest project! ow.ly/gzGK300mllk