The journal of the Supercomputing Centre of Catalonia Consortium (CESCA) has just published a presentation of our new line of research. You can read this brief comment in the last page of Teraflop number 110 (December 2010). Two of my projects are now running in CESCA supercomputers: TNF alpha receptor type I (the subject of the presentation in Teraflop) and Soluble Guanylate Cyclase. Altogether, CESCA has provided me until now with more than 100,000 computational hours. Impressive, isn’t it?