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"I am proud to be a human being. I believe that we have come this far by the skin of our teeth. That we always make it just by the skin of...


The ammount of volunteers and work exceed our expectation
The ammount of volunteers and work done during primary phase exceed our expectation. The server and database was exhousted by the ammount of results achieved in short time. Thank you.

To manage the strain we temporarily disabled another account creation.
Additional few workunits were created. Further research is in process.

Thank you for support and for patience.
9 Jun 2015 | 10:48:47 UTC · Comment

Small group of workunits prepared for work.
We've started a new study and created small group of workunits for studying hemodynamics of cardiovascular system through our models. 26 Feb 2015 | 0:05:31 UTC · Comment

required .NET Framework 4.5 on target machine
There is launching issue caused by missing .NET Framework. Currently, worker needs on the target computational machine .NET Framework 4.5 or later to be installed, otherwise it'll fail to launch. Thus we kindly ask volunteers to install .NET Framework 4.5 to help our project to compute. We cannot say whether we will release some kind of native application without the need of external .NET Framework in future.

21 Feb 2015 | 15:51:28 UTC · Comment

Upload server problems and workunit failure
I submitted first set of workunits for platform windows_intelx86. Unfortunately, intermittent problems occur while uploading results and another while launching the application due to missing some libraries (worker needs .NET framework to be installed). Investigating both issues. 21 Feb 2015 | 7:33:52 UTC · Comment

Project establishing
After couple of years, the project to compute simulation of human physiology and support parameter analysis was established within BOINC framework.
Within few days there will be first workunits to compute :-)
17 Feb 2015 | 10:28:10 UTC · Comment

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