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GR Advancing Medicine!

Posted on Tuesday, October 23 @ 19:19:45 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
We did it! Scientific research by Folding Team GR continues and we have now cracked the top 1,000 teams. Join up and show the world that gamers care.

Game Revolution's team now stands at 963 out of 84,432. That's amazing considering that some teams had a six year head start on us.

Partly that's because GR bought an extra PS3 to dedicate to scientific research 24/7, and partly because you guys are awesome and have turned some seriously powerful computers onto the problem.

For those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, find out how you can use your computer or your PS3 to help medical research by "folding" proteins by clicking here.

Then come join GR by downloading the Windows (or Linux or Mac) client and installing it. Whenever you're not using your computer, it will be helping sick people. If you have a PS3, just set it to Folding@Home whenever you're not using it (it's under the network option).

And don't forget to join Team GR. That's team number 72437.

Remember we get nothing out of it except for pride. This one is for SCIENCE! *laughs maniacly*



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