Trigg schools have been an important part of this unique Kentucky program that has provided more than 15,000 computers to 48 schools districts in coal producing counties.
The same computers that are used every day in the classrooms are linked into one of the world’s most powerful computing grids that support cutting-edge research at UofL’s James Graham Brown Cancer Center. Harnessing the power of the DataseamGrid, researchers are discovering potential drugs to fight deadly cancers.
University of Louisville researcher, Dr. John Trent who spoke at the event said, “The Brown Cancer Center hopes to enter human trials with drugs discovered on the grid sometime next year.” According to Trent that is an incredibly quick discovery and development time frame for most cancer drugs.
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