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    IBM invests in accelerating Innovation in Nigeria


    Date added: 2014-02-05


    L – R: Bruno Di Leo, Senior Vice President, Sales & Distribution, IBM; Victor Hammond, Managing Director, Bankers Warehouse Plc and Taiwo Otiti, Country General Manager, IBM West Africa at the opening of IBM’s Innovation Centre in Lagos. (Credit: IBM)

     

     

     





  • Android devices can now participate in IBM's World Community Grid

    Android devices can now participate in IBM's World Community Grid


    Date added: 2013-07-22


    Android devices can now participate in IBM's World Community Grid, beginning with The Scripps Research Institute's FightAIDS@Home research project. Shown here: Screen of Android device displaying app developed at the University of California, Berkeley that enables volunteers to choose and customize their device's support of available research projects. (Credit: IBM)

     

     



  • In its FightAIDS@Home research project running on IBM's World Community Grid,

    In its FightAIDS@Home research project running on IBM's World Community Grid,


    Date added: 2013-07-22


    The Olson Laboratory at The Scripps Research Institute is using computational methods to identify new candidate drugs that have the right shape and chemical characteristics to block HIV protease, HIV integrase, or HIV reverse transcriptase, the three enzymes that the deadly AIDS virus needs to function and spread. Pictured here: a model of HIV protease. (Credit: The Scripps Research Institute)

     

     



  • World Community Grid Infographic

    World Community Grid Infographic


    Date added: 2013-07-22


    IBM's World Community Grid - Founded in 2004 by IBM, World Community Grid provides computational power to scientists looking to accelerate their research to cure disease, develop renewable energy materials, and develop healthier food staples. World Community Grid provides this resource by pooling the spare processing power of millions of PCs around the world. (Credit: IBM)

     

     


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