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What is Folding at Home?

Posted on by Jackie Cowan | Updated:
Category: Tutorials | Tags: Folding at Home
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Originating at Stanford University in 2000, Folding at Home (also known as Folding@Home, FAH, and F@H) is a distributed computing project created for disease research. Computers on various operating systems are networked together, forming a virtual supercomputer to run protein folding simulation work units. Once a work unit is completed, it is uploaded to the FAH server.

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