Tuberculosis Challenge – Alternate Target Update
Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease that affects millions of people. We have posted a protein drug target puzzle previously on this topic. In our continued effort to make a dent in this disease, we have also partnered with the Sacchettini lab at Texas A&M University to post another drug target puzzle for TB. While we originally had a puzzle posted yesterday, this puzzle will be updated and reposted as soon as possible. Sorry for the delay.
In the meantime you can read about the puzzle here.(Wed, 11/30/2016 - 14:52 | 2 comments)
Check out the forum!
Have you been by the forums lately? They're hot with discussion!
Tihs great historical thread by Bruno is worth a read.
Miss free_radical’s latest LepB comment? This way!
actiasluna is gathering poll data from fellow Mac users to get to the heart of the game_dynamic issue, so please contribute if you can.
There's more of course, and if you have a topic on your mind, feel free to add it!(Tue, 11/29/2016 - 16:23 | 0 comments)
We're actively testing the new site, so things may work off and on. Regardless, please let us know if something isn't working properly!(Mon, 11/21/2016 - 13:30 | 0 comments)
Server Downtime - The Move to Amazon!
Hey everyone, we have some exciting news - we are moving our servers to Amazon!
We took steps earlier this year to try and minimize the downtime from this move, but it looks like we are going to need more.
We've scheduled the move for next Wednesday, November 16th at 3 PM PST (11 PM GMT). All puzzles will end at this time, and we'll be down for 24-48 hours, depending on any issues.
As a result of this move, our servers will now be located on the East Coast of the USA, which should improve connectivity and latency for most of our players. We should also be less affected by outages with the better reliability of Amazon Web Services.
A big thanks to Amazon for helping to make this happen!(Fri, 11/11/2016 - 00:33 | 0 comments)
We're releasing a new client today with an exciting new feature - the Blueprint Tool!
You can read about this tool in the following blog post:
This tool should make it easier than ever to create scientifically realistic designs. We're very excited to see how this compares to traditional design puzzles, which we will continue to run.
We understand from tester feedback that there are some usability issues with the tool currently, and we're working hard to resolve these soon. Keep an eye out for a devprev release!(Tue, 11/08/2016 - 23:39 | 0 comments)