BOINC
Compute for Science

  • BOINC lets you help cutting-edge science research using your computer. The BOINC app, running on your computer, downloads scientific computing jobs and runs them invisibly in the background. It's easy and safe.

  • About 30 science projects use BOINC. They investigate diseases, study climate change, discover pulsars, and do many other types of scientific research.

  • The BOINC and Science United projects are located at the University of California, Berkeley and are supported by the National Science Foundation.
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To contribute to science areas (biomedicine, physics, astronomy, and so on) use Science United. Your computer will help current and future projects in those areas.

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Or download BOINC and choose specific projects.

News

New BOINC Android client released
Version 7.16.16 of the BOINC Android client has been released. This is the first new Android version in over 4 years, and is a major rewrite of the GUI. Thanks for Vitalii Koshura, Tal Regev, and Isira Seneviratne for their work on this.

The new version is available from the BOINC web site and (for Amazon Fire tablets) from the Amazon app store. It's not on the Google play store because of new restrictions imposed by Google; hopefully this will be resolved in a future version.
15 Feb 2021, 23:47:10 UTC · Discuss


Server outage
The BOINC and Science United servers will be down from this evening until (hopefully) the morning of Jan. 3.

Happy New Year to everyone!
2 Jan 2021, 1:06:06 UTC · Discuss


Welcome SIDock@home
SIDock@home is a new BOINC project that studies drugs to fight COVID-19. It's sponsored by the COVID.SI project and the Karelian Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
23 Dec 2020, 4:28:55 UTC · Discuss


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