Saturday, December 11, 2010 : Volunteer computing for biomedicine is a novel distributed supercomputing infrastructure made of many NVIDIA graphics cards joined together to deliver high-performance all-atom biomolecular simulations. The molecular simulations performed by our volunteers are some of the most common types performed by scientists in the field, but they are also some of the most computationally demanding and usually require a supercomputer.
Running GPUGRID on GPUs innovates volunteer computing by delivering supercomputing class applications on a cost effective infrastructure which will greatly impact the way biomedical research is performed.

Be part of it

If you enjoy science, you can participate by donating computing time to scientific research. Simply follow the instructions to start, gain your credits for the results you return, join a team, meet and exchange experiences with other participants in the forums.

Read more:
- GpuGrid Experiments
- GpuGrid Forums

Requirements for Nvidia Geforce GT 220,240 and GTX 260-216, 275, 280, 285, 295, 460, 465, 470, 480 and Tesla10, Tesla20

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