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Team Engadget Folding@home enters top 60 in 2006

Ryan Block, @ryan
02.10.06
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We know we've been pretty distracted, but for those not following Engadget's Folding@home team progress, we're now in the top 60 cancer-busting teams worldwide! Congratulations to everyone donating those spare cycles! And don't you worry -- we didn't forget about our last Team Engadget Folding@home contest. For everyone who plugged away to meet our 2,000 point goal we've got a winner for ya: roder, will you please stand up? You won yourself a Tokyo Flash watch!

But we aren't done yet; everyone who makes it to 8,000 points by President's Day (that'd be Monday, the 20th) will automatically be entered in the running for a sweet Tokyo Flash watch, with the winner to once again be picked by our good friend, the random number generator. So get cranking everybody, we've got some diseases to beat!

Want to know more about Folding@home? Go here.
Want to check out our team page? Go here.

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Team Engadget's F@H team ID is: 39227

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