Team BiblePay tasks completed for World Community Grid sub-projects
Great job team BiblePay. Attached are the tasks completed by Team BiblePay broken down by project.
As many of you noticed, most of the work units come for Mapping Cancer Markers (MCM) and Microbiome Immunity Project (MIP).( Advice: Distributing computer volunteers have stated for Microbiome Immunity Project (MIP), the work units like 4MB of L3 cache. Be aware of your system specifications and run the appropriate number of MIP work units to not go over the L3 cache your CPU has.)
Research have released an update on 31 Jan 2020 for MCM researchers analyzing lung cancer data.
Charts for Team BiblePay and World Community Grid (WCG)
The spreadsheet link below will provide up to date figures and graphs will reflect that information: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SbcWOg_Bw8uDh72lsBH272vD5Zbz-y-HwNuJY-KYZFg/edit?usp=sharing
Below are snapshots as of 1 Feb 2020.
|Africa Rainfall Project|
|World Community Grid (WCG) Beta Testing|
|FightAIDS@Home – Phase 2|
|Help Stop TB|
|Mapping Cancer Markers|
|Microbiome Immunity Project|
|Outsmart Ebola Together|
|Smash Childhood Cancer|
About World Community Grid
World Community Grid is a simple way to support cutting-edge research into important global humanitarian causes. Your computer or mobile device could be powering scientific research on health, poverty and sustainability. When you become a World Community Grid volunteer, you donate your device’s spare computing power to help scientists solve the world’s biggest problems in health and sustainability.
About Mapping Cancer Markers
Mapping Cancer Markers aims to identify chemical markers associated with various types of cancer. This will help researchers detect cancer earlier and design more personalized cancer care by determining an individual’s susceptibility to developing a specific form of cancer, and may also predict the progression of the disease, helping to suggest the best treatment for a given individual.
About Microbiome Immunity Project
Did you know that trillions of bacteria live inside and on your body? In this comprehensive study of the human microbiome, you can help scientists understand the role these bacteria play in disease.