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is a scientific project that uses Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI). You participate by running a free program that downloads and analyzes radio telescope data when your computer is idle. Triskelion Ltd is an active participant.
Through the original SETI@home program, our computers processed 5,297 data sets in 31,347 processor hours between November 10, 2002 and March 20, 2005.
After that, we supported SETI@home through the new BOINC interface. Through July 16, 2007, we contributed over 49,836 Cobblestones of computation (43 quintillion floating point operations) of analysis.
Predictor@home was a world-community experiment and effort to use distributed world-wide-web volunteer resources to assemble a supercomputer able to predict protein structure from protein sequence. Our work was aimed at testing and evaluating new algorithms and methods of protein structure prediction. We performed such tests in the context of the Sixth Biannual CASP (Critical Assessment of Techniques for Protein Structure Prediction) experiment, and then continued this development and testing with applications to real biological targets. Our goal was to utilize these approaches together with the immense computer power that can be harnessed through the internet and volunteers all over the world (you!) to address critical biomedical questions of protein-related diseases. Predictor@home was a pilot project of the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC). Predictor@home is currently inactive.
Triskelion Ltd volunteered to support predictor@home on May 9, 2005 and as of July 16, 2007 has completed 13,046 units of data analysis.
Rosetta@home needs your help to determine the 3-dimensional shapes of proteins in research that may ultimately lead to finding cures for some major human diseases. By running the Rosetta program on your computer while you don't need it you will help us speed up and extend our research in ways we couldn't possibly attempt without your help. You will also be helping design new proteins to fight diseases such as HIV, Malaria, Cancer, and Alzheimer's. Please join us in our efforts!
Triskelion Ltd volunteered to support rosetta@home on December 6, 2005 and as of July 16, 2007 has completed 22,158 units of data analysis.