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Profile: Adrien Treuille

  • Aired: 03/12/2014
  • 11:44
  • Rating: NR
Computer scientist Adrien Treuille creates groundbreaking games, including FoldIt, which turns protein-folding—a task that’s difficult for even the most powerful computers—into a puzzle that a ten-year-old can master in minutes. Now, Treuille is hoping to use his clever crowd-sourcing approach to tackle the mysteries of another biological powerhouse, RNA.
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The combined efforts of half a million video gamers could some day help cure a disease.
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