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You Can Help Fight Coronavirus by Giving Scientists Access to Your Computer

Stanford’s Folding@home is using distributed computing to help develop COVID-19 drugs

This illustration reveals the ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses. Image: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

WWith over 100,000 confirmed cases, the race to find a vaccine and cure for COVID-19, the virus that is making its way around the world, is in full swing. But scientists from the Folding@home

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