You don’t have to be a scientist to do science.
By simply running a free program, you can help advance research in medicine, clean energy, and materials science.
By running Rosetta@home on your computer when you're not using it you will speed up and extend our efforts to design new proteins and to predict their 3-dimensional shapes. Proteins are the molecular machines and building blocks of life. You can read more about protein folding and design here.
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Welcome to our updated website!
After many years of service, we are happy to announce that our old website and servers have been retired and we have finally released our new website powered by the latest BOINC software and new hardware. Everything is new and modernized.
If you have any comments or would like to report any issues regarding the new website please post your feedback in this thread.
23 Jun 2017, 4:17:54 UTC · Discuss
Outage notice. The project will be down for a day or so starting tomorrow as we transition to new servers using the latest BOINC server software.
20 Jun 2017, 0:00:00 UTC · Discuss
Our Android application has been updated to version 3.83. This update includes bug fixes and new protocols (specifically for cyclic peptide folding and design), and should be significantly more stable for Android 4 to 7.+ platforms. Please report bugs in this thread.
3 Apr 2017, 0:00:00 UTC · Discuss
We're back! Our domain, bakerlab.org, has been locked by our registrar since Mar 5th - read more about this outage here Technical News.... -KEL [Fri Mar 10 08:02:30 PST 2017]
10 Mar 2017, 0:00:00 UTC · Discuss
Journal post from David Baker.
NOVA recently featured some of the work that all of you are contributing to:
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/physics/origami-revolution.html (the 8 minute segment on our work starts at 20:30)
The Economist also had an article on the work you are contributing to:
Your contributions are highlighted particularly clearly in the Geekwire article:
which is titled "Big data (and volunteers) help scientists solve hundreds of protein puzzles"
27 Feb 2017, 0:00:00 UTC · Discuss
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