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We are proud to present CHEM@Golem, the first scientific Golem use-case on the Golem mainnet. CHEM@Golem is the result of a collaboration between our R&D team, and subject experts in organic chemistry.
When we started Golem, we started it with many goals in mind, but those use-cases related to health and science were perhaps one of those that would make us feel the most fulfilled.
Golem was ideated to help make the world a better place, by delivering a platform able to host all kinds of applications, for a diverse and wide user-base and goals. Some use-cases might be for widespread use, such as cloud computing, and some others, for people to use towards big and helpful goals, such as producing medicines. Open and democratized access to computing resources, for everyone, is the main pillar of our vision and the products and use-cases we build will continue to further strengthen this commitment.
Today we would like to present our latest work, which we dubbed CHEM@Golem, in homage to the SETI@Home project, the first collaborative scientific project that took an indefinite hiatus in March, after 21 years and a total of 1,808,938 users throughout its history.
CHEM@Golem is a scientific modelling project on Golem. The project has been developed in cooperation with the most reputable scientific institutions in the field worldwide (we’ll be able to reveal their names later due to the confidentiality clauses and that the work is ongoing and information sensitive). Our relationship with them goes a long way, and our CEO/CTO Piotr Janiuk, was inspired to pursue Golem by such work.
Via CHEM@Golem, our providers will be able to run help running the computations needed to simulate chemical reactions.
These calculations aim to generate a model formed by synthetically feasible chemical space of small organic molecules. Exploring this ...
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