Evolution@Home Project News: 100 CPU years milestone reached

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Evolution@Home Project News: 100 CPU years milestone reached

Postby Jwb52z » Sat Jul 22, 2006 2:13 am

100 CPU-years evolution@home (18 Jul 2006)

Evolution@home just reached a total of 100 CPU years worth of contributed computing power. A reason to celebrate.

The sum of computing power contributed to all evolution@home projects (S005P1-P3) has just surpassed 100 CPU years. Many more CPU centuries of work are before us. In order to attract more participants, several initiatives are under way like a redesign of this website and a press campaign. More in August ...
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Postby Jwb52z » Mon Apr 07, 2008 12:07 am

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High scores: 260 CPU years of total contributions
With the help of fully automated global computing via BOINC-yoyo, the total contributions to evolution@home have reached 260 CPU years. The list of most important work units for the semi-automated email system has been adjusted accordingly.

Read More… http://www.evolutionary-research.net/ne ... tributions

The 7th birthday of evolution@home
Simulator005 started its public operation today 7 years ago. Time for some celebration.

Read More… http://www.evolutionary-research.net/ne ... ution-home

Live Webcast by Kenneth Miller: Why ID fails to convince
Controversies about evolution are never very far in the US. Recent attempts to introduce criticism of evolution into biology classes have failed. A live webcast on the 4th of April 2008 by Prof. Kenneth R Miller will explain more.

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Why are we still alive?
The first analysis of evolution in Simulator005 is now available as a free download. Its core result is that the current simple standard model of human mitochondrial DNA evolution is incomplete, as it would predict the extinction of the human line in less than 20 million years. While the hunt for extensions of the standard model is on, this work provides yet another reason to fight any pollution that harms our DNA.

Read More… http://www.evolutionary-research.net/ne ... till-alive

The evolutionary research blog has started
Read new entries about evolution in general and evolution@home in particular, including new results, old gems, practical applications and tools for the research behind the scenes. Events related to evolution will also be announced.

Read More… http://www.evolutionary-research.net/ne ... as-started

Evolution@home predicts Muller's ratchet in human mtDNA
Today the first biological results paper of evolution@home was published in Genetical Research by Cambridge University Press. It analyses deleterious mutation accumulation from Muller's ratchet in human mitochondrial DNA, a vital part of mankind's genetic makeup.

Read More… http://www.evolutionary-research.net/ne ... t-in-human

German Translation Infrastructure
In order to facilitate a much requested German translation, new software was installed. Now the actual translation work can begin.

Read More… http://www.evolutionary-research.net/ne ... astructure
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Postby Jwb52z » Mon Jun 02, 2008 4:47 am

All the latest and future news will be posted at this link for this project by them, but I will make mention of it being updated: http://www.evolutionary-research.net/news/
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