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Grids vs. the Bird Flu

May 04, 20061 min
Data Center

Researchers across Asia and Europe put the power of grid computing to work during April to try to address the Avian Flu. Some 2,000 computers joined forces through organizations such as Enabling Grids for E-science to crank out information designed to determine which drug combinations might prove effective in combatting the flu virus H5N1. Many of the computers were originally linked  in a grid to solve problems in the particle physics field.

Read what your colleagues in IT are doing to prep for a possible bird flu outbreak.

More here on the anti-flu grid effort.

Bob Brown,