Programs for download and the science behind them.
This page describes how easy it is to start contributing CPU-power to evolution@home.
This page describes the details of semi-automated global computing for evolution@home. In order to participate you have to download tasks from a website and submit results by email. Despite all work on a full-automated system, the semi-automated mode will continue to operate for quite some time to come for various reasons.
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Simulator005 investigates the the accumulation of harmful and beneficial DNA-changes in non-recombining populations. These asexual systems can experience a phenomenon called "Muller's ratchet" and might help to understand the evolution of human mitochondrial DNA.