Hank tells us how some gamers are outperforming sophisticated computer programs to help solve the puzzle of protein folding and to assist scientists in finding better treatments for HIV/AIDS, cancer, and Alzheimer's.
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Foldit Gamers Solve AIDS Puzzle That Baffled Scientists for a Decade - http://dft.ba/-1ACY
Foldit Gamers Solve Riddle of HIV Enzyme within 3 weeks - http://dft.ba/-1ACZ
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