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  • World Community Grid
  • www.worldcommunitygrid.org
  • Mission is to create the largest public computing grid benefiting humanity. Currently supporting the Human Proteome Folding project to provide scientists with data that predicts the shape of a very large number of human proteins.
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  • Distributed Proofreaders
  • www.pgdp.net
  • This site produces ebooks for Project Gutenberg. You can help proofreading ebooks; just one page or as many as you like. Projects and forum for beginners. Registration required.
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  • ClimatePrediction.Net
  • www.climateprediction.net
  • Large-scale simulation where each participant is given one slightly different scenario to run. Those that successfully model past weather patterns will be more likely to accurately predict the future.
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  • G√≥mez PEER Community
  • www.gomezpeerzone.com
  • Project pays select computer users to run a client that tests internet performance.
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  • GPU, a Global Processing Unit
  • gpu.sourceforge.net
  • GPU is an Open Source Gnutella/Pastella client that allows users to share CPU-resources on a truly P2P based cluster. Applications include a Landscape Generator able to generate movies and an experimental Distributed Search Engine. The client is under development.
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  • Legion
  • legion.virginia.edu
  • Generic middleware for creating a worldwide virtual computer.
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  • NGrid
  • ngrid.sourceforge.net
  • NGrid is a .Net open source grid computing framework written in C#. NGrid provides a transparent multithread and garbage collected programming model for grid programming.
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  • Majestic 12
  • www.majestic12.co.uk
  • Distributed Computing Project aimed towards building the largest search engine index on the Internet using Distributed Crawlers.
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  • ABC@home
  • abcathome.com
  • Distributed computing project for finding abc-triples related to the mathematical A+B=C, or ABC conjecture.
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  • Einstein@Home
  • einstein.phys.uwm.edu
  • Uses a computer's idle time to search for spinning neutron stars (also called pulsars) using data from the LIGO and GEO gravitational wave detectors.
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