Sunday, January 29, 2006

QMD's temporarily offline

"We are in the process of building new QMD projects. In order to do so, we need to complete our analysis of the existing QMD data -- the current QMD projects have gone quite a long time and built up a very nice data set -- so we have stopped assigning new QMD's as we analyze the existing data set. These projects have been running for almost 1 year, so we have a huge set to examine!

We expect the analysis to take at least a few weeks (and potentially longer, depending on what we find). The upshot will be that we will be moving to second stage QMD WU's, which is very exciting to us. Thanks to all who have contributed on QMD projects and we'll make an announcement on new QMD projects once we're further along.


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Professor Vijay S. Pande, PhD
Director, Folding@Home Distributed Computing Project, and
Associate Professor of Chemistry and of Structural Biology, Stanford Universit
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Friday, November 11, 2005

FAQ update-Nov 2005

11/05/2005 Update in Diseases Studied FAQ
We've updated the diseases studied FAQ to include recent progress on several fronts. Thanks to all the donors who have made these results possible!

Saturday, September 24, 2005

Folding forum back up: Sat Sept 24th: 00:05 AM

Forum is up again now

Friday, September 23, 2005

Folding Forum down: Fri Sept 23rd: 23:00 BST

Folding forum appears to be down at this time.

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Freshly updated FAQ's

Possibly of some interest for those who have not visted the main folding site recently is an expansion of the FAQ, which now encompasses more detailed information on client configuration, and there is a dedicated points FAQ with further links to Gromacs and QMD information.

Main FAQ

Points FAQ

These updates/additions dated 22nd August 2005.

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