Waste Natural Gas Powers Computers Seeking Coronavirus Cure

Maria J. Danford

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In a partnership that would seem par for the system in these unusual pandemic instances, waste purely natural gas is powering a computing challenge that’s searching for a COVID-19 therapy.

The purely natural gas, a byproduct of oil drilling, would or else be burned in air, a wasteful practice referred to as flaring. It’s instead currently being converted to energy that can help … Read the More

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