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New project from CGS!

It's pretty likely if you follow the Center for Game Science here at the University of Washington, you've seen some posts lately about our upcoming neuroscience effort, which we have entitled "Mozak" (name may be tweaked slightly before release). Today, we're offering you a chance to signup before public beta starts.

Why sign up ahead of public beta? Here are some reasons:
* Possible early access! You never know when we're going to let in some waves to test certain browsers, levels of experience, etc. It could be you in that wave!
* First dibs on preferred usernames
* Shiny perks such as a (very likely) jump start before we open the gates to everyone! This is pretty much getting in on the near ground floor of the next biggest citizen science thing. Or you can just follow the project on Twitter and Facebook and wait for the general public beta unlocking, but I know some of you aren't into that, and this really is a better avenue for news.

All brains welcome! No neuroscience experience necessary!

(We now return you to your normal folding schedule.)

(Wed, 06/22/2016 - 15:59  |  4 comments)

New Release!

Hey everyone,

We've just released a small update with the following feature:

Filters:
* Added AbegoFilter to filter loops based on ABEGO rules.

(Tue, 06/14/2016 - 04:04  |  0 comments)

Devprev puzzle reposted

We've released a hotfix for the devprev update group that should fix a crash caused by the Ideal Loops Filter.

The devprev clone of Puzzle 1242 has also been reposted, so that players can now correctly load in solutions from Puzzle 1242. Try loading your solutions from Puzzle 1242 into the devprev puzzle to see if they have Ideal Loops!

(Fri, 06/10/2016 - 01:59  |  3 comments)

Little update: Experimental Client (Ligand Design)

Check out the changes here.

(Wed, 06/08/2016 - 15:39  |  0 comments)

New Devprev puzzle!

Check out the new devprev puzzle, which debuts a brand new filter! The Ideal Loops Filter is meant to encourage the use of the Ideal Loops that are displayed in the Rama Map.

Try loading in your solutions from Puzzle 1242, and let us know what you think!

(Fri, 06/03/2016 - 23:42  |  0 comments)
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