Here'* an update.
The clean energy project was recently made available for processing in Windows based systems (previously only available on Linux).
I think this is some pretty interesting stuff.
The Clean Energy project uses computational chemistry and the willingness of people to help look for the best molecules possible for: organic photovoltaics to provide inexpensive solar cells, polymers for the membranes used in fuel cells for electricity generation, and how best to assemble the molecules to make those devices. By helping us search combinatorially among thousands of potential systems, you can contribute to this effort.
I think its amazing that we can donate our unused CPU time to further the research of solar power so we can reduce pollution and leave a smaller carbon footprint. I'm not a tree hugger by any means, but this is pretty cool stuff.
Anyone who has yet to join this project really should sign up. Its pretty simple, and it does make a difference. See page 1.
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