Researchers to use public computing power in Alzheimer's research

05/13/2014 | Re/code

George Mason University researchers have partnered with Parabon Computation on a project that will look at molecules associated with Alzheimer's disease. The team behind the Compute Against Alzheimer's Disease project has created a platform that will harness the power of thousands of computers to simultaneously join the effort. People can contribute to the research by downloading software that will connect to the platform whenever their system is idle.

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