What is Rosetta@home?
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Rosetta@home needs your help to determine the 3-dimensional shapes of proteins in research that may ultimately lead to finding cures for some major human diseases. By running the Rosetta program on your computer while you don't need it you will help us speed up and extend our research in ways we couldn't possibly attempt without your help. You will also be helping our efforts at designing new proteins to fight diseases such as HIV, Malaria, Cancer, and Alzheimer's (See our Disease Related Research for more information). Please join us in our efforts! Rosetta@home is not for profit.
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  1. Rules and policies
  2. System requirements
  3. Download, install, and run BOINC
    When prompted, select Rosetta@home from the list of projects.
  4. A welcome from David Baker
  5. Donate
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  Server Status as of 26 Nov 2015 23:41:03 UTC  
[ Scheduler running ]
Total queued jobs: 1,487,756
In progress: 417,825
Successes last 24h: 182,025
Users (last day ) :
714,101 (+84)
Hosts (last day ) :
1,611,845 (+181)
Credits last 24h :
Total credits :
TeraFLOPS estimate: 226.523

Nov 26, 2015
Predictor of the day: Congratulations to Fern for predicting the lowest energy structure for workunit IL17FFFS66_fold_SAVE_ALL_OUT_307800_0 !

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Oct 12, 2015
The minirosetta application has been updated to 3.65. To report bugs, go to this thread.

Sep 3, 2015
The minirosetta application has been updated to 3.62. To report bugs, go to this thread.

Aug 31, 2015
We are experiencing technical difficulties with our servers and are currently troubleshooting. We hope to have things back to normal soon. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Jun 15, 2015
The minirosetta application has been updated to 3.59. To report bugs, go to this thread.

Mar 24, 2015
Here is a video of David Baker describing some of the research going on in the lab from his recent talk at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) meeting. Note: you may have to scroll down a little to view the video.


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