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 from BOINC Projects

[ODLK1] Holiday

Hi,

from tomorrow there will be 2 weeks holiday and so there will be no physical access to server in case of problems.

Be sure to have a backup BOINC project in case of problem here for not let your clients without works.

Thanks

View article · Fri, 5 Aug 2022 11:27:13 +0000


[World Community Grid] Interview with Help Stop TB team

Learn about the current state and future plans of Help Stop TB through this brief interview

View article · Thu, 4 Aug 2022 14:14:26 +0000


[WEP-M+2] P2203:220000000 wu's (of 10000 trials each equiv.) processed!

Thanks to all the users. Please keep crunching!

View article · Thu, 4 Aug 2022 07:36:12 +0000


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News

BOINC client 7.20.2 released
A new version of the client has been released for Windows and Mac OS. Download it here. Release notes are here.
27 Jul 2022, 0:46:28 UTC · Discuss


BOINC in Retrospect
Read BOINC in Retrospect, an essay on the history of BOINC.
15 Jun 2022, 8:53:46 UTC · Discuss


Welcome LODA
LODA is a new BOINC project that "mines" programs - it automatically discovers new algorithms for efficiently computing interesting number sequences.
13 May 2022, 20:24:14 UTC · Discuss


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