Cycles for Science

Conclusion

BOINC won't win you a Nobel prize, but it does offer a means to participate in real research projects. The best part about setting up a project in BOINC is that, along the way, you learn a little about science and gain some insight into how scientists search for answers.

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Mats Tage Axelsson is still struggling to make the most of his Linux computer. All upgrades lead to more applications instead of better performance.

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