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SETI@home is a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI). You can participate by running a free program that downloads and analyzes radio telescope data.

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User profile Profile Dr. Cem Can
Name & Last Name: Cem Can Title: Asst.Prof.Dr. Affiliation: Cukurova University, Turkey Birthdate & Place: May 13,1968 Bursa,...


UC Berkeley Big Give
The University of California's big 24 hour fundraising extravaganza started Wednesday, November 18th at 9 pm and ends on Thursday, November 19th at 9 pm. If you'd like to make a donation to help SETI@home access our new data sources you can do so here. 19 Nov 2015, 21:00:21 UTC · Comment

More on that weird Kepler star
If KIC 8462852 really is harboring an advanced alien civilization, ought we to have seen something in existing radio surveys? Michael Garrett, director of ASTRON in the Netherlands, investigates:
19 Nov 2015, 18:03:46 UTC · Comment

Meet Berkeley SETI Research Center's newest researcher
Zuhra Abdurashidova started working at BSRC in June, and will be helping to get the Breakthrough Listen initiative running. You can see our interview with her at 3 Nov 2015, 22:04:12 UTC · Comment

Did SETI@home ever find aliens?
While still working our way through a lot of data, this article asks the question: Did SETI@home ever find aliens? 30 Oct 2015, 16:13:45 UTC · Comment

Probably not aliens, but ...
“Aliens should always be the very last hypothesis you consider, but this looked like something you would expect an alien civilization to build.”

Read more about a strange star that has all of us in the SETI community intrigued.
15 Oct 2015, 17:19:54 UTC · Comment

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