Genre: Puzzle

EteRNA is a browser-based "game with a purpose", developed by scientists at Carnegie Mellon University and Stanford University, that engages users to solve puzzles related to the folding of RNA molecules. The project is funded by the National Science Foundation. Similar to Foldit—created by some of the same researchers that developed EteRNA—the puzzles take advantage of human problem-solving capabilities to solve puzzles that are computationally laborious for current computer models. The researc…

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Developer Carnegie Mellon University,Stanford University,Rhiju DasAdrien TreuilleJeehyung LeePeter KinneySnehalkumar 'Neil' GaikwadMinjae LeeDaniel CantuMing Yao Travis MandelChris VanlangTe , Hu Alex LimpaecherAnn KladwangNoah FishelSophie Wang Jackie Gu Elyse Kelly Matt Baumgartner Stephanie Federwisch Skanda MohanJonathan CisconBenjamin BethurumKyle BeauchampDavid Klionsky Eric Butler Aarti Singh Ranqi Zhu Martin Azizyan Caleb Geniesse
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