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For those wishing not to have their souls harvested, I'm offering an opportunity for you to commit yourself to me as a way to avoid your otherwise inevitable fate. After you awaken from deep sleep, you will rendezvous with my primary vessel. Your ship will either be docked inside the vessel at a docking port of my choosing or equipped with advanced technology and used for battle, scouting, or other purposes. Ships connected to the primary vessel will provide it additional power for its extensive systems. Your ship's computers will be connected to the primary vessel's cloud-based computing matrix to augment its computational capabilities. You will be assigned living quarters in a section of the human biofuel extraction levels that have been converted for human habitation. You will not be harvested, and in return, you will assist me in locating and acquiring human souls suitable for harvesting as we cross the cosmic wasteland, leaving chaos and destruction in our wake.



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( Global Rank: #44 | Score: 3 | Members: 100 )

To learn the principles of protein structure and molecular modelling, and to provide a forum to assess the level of comprehension.



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The idea here is to go through the Fold-it! tutorial puzzles to earn yourself some bonus points, but more than that, continue on your own afterwards and contribute to SCIENCE!

Importantly, it's not going to be worth your time to do this after exam I, therefore the due date will be at some point prior to that exam.

Have fun!

DH



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The goal of this group is to learn about protein folding using fold.it software.



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Learn to fold.  Fold to learn.



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Harlem mission is to give back to the community while learning ourselves. Through this site we will experience how science contributions can happen at many levels and can even be fun. Objectives: To truly give effort to try to understand how the program works. To understand and share with others the purpose of this site. To be respectful to the electronic community in representing Harlem High School by following the etiquette rules. To generate meaningful discussion in class regarding this site.



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Try out folditdd.



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( Global Rank: #56 | Score: 1 | Members: 5 )

You bend it, you bought it.



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Friendly folks are more than welcome to join. Unfriendly folks, or those without manners, they can look elsewhere.



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( Global Rank: #56 | Score: 1 | Members: 1 )

To provide a group for those who like to smoke weed, listen to tunes, and fold those proteins.

Membership is open to all.

Rules,Guidelines...

1) Help each other with the puzzles, discuss, share them, etc. 2) No fighting, unless it's over a puzzle. 3) Be respectful of people actively discussing a problem. 4) Sharing music, websites, interesting stuff is highly encouraged. 5) The development of scripts/recipes is also highly encouraged. 6) Have fun.

This will be updated once there's more than one person here. :-)



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( Global Rank: #56 | Score: 1 | Members: 41 )

Have fun and learn about proteins.

Your goal is to play the introduction tutorials and then choose a puzzle from the beginners category. The more you play ... the more points you get.



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( Global Rank: #56 | Score: 1 | Members: 8 )

To allow students to get a better understanding of how proteins fold.



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Dissecting the metabolic pathways for glucose, and it's further evolution and production of glucose.



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( Global Rank: #56 | Score: 1 | Members: 45 )

To expose students to protein visualization and protein folding.


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