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The Raspberry Pi is a cheap and small single-board computer developed with the intention of stimulating the teaching of basic computer science in schools. Although the computational power is very low, we decided to port our software to this device, because it could be useful to teach young students about molecular modelling with minimal investments.
In the download pages, you can find the Linux executables optimized for ARM ARM1176JZF-S (with VFP) of AMMP, GriDock, ESCHER NG, Mopac 7, VEGA and some other molecular modelling utilities.
By the MPICH2 version of our GriDock software, you can build also a small Linux cluster to perform structure-based virtual screening calculations.