|Opened on:||Monday, October 10, 2011 - 17:57|
|Last modified:||Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - 00:48|
This Quote from this New Zealand web site is basically untrue in case anyone was confused, haven't seen the name in any peer reviewed journals either, sloppy journalism:
""Renton (Aotera) Innes was one of the 100 or so founders who designed the initial software in 2006, and has used it to map the H1N1 influenza virus structure, leading to breakthroughs against its bird flu and swine flu strains.
He was the world's first sponsored folder, existing on donations from private and company sponsorships for the past two years that he has devoted entirely to playing Foldit.
From his home in tiny Tairua on the Coromandel, Innes is currently working with his team, Anthropic Dreams, on challenges relating to biofuel, scorpion toxin, anthrax, ebola and Ecoli.
They recently designed an enzyme to stop the pipes in nuclear reactors from eroding.""