There are a couple ways to bring it up:
[li]If, when you installed the program, you set it to run all the time, rather than just as a screen saver, there is a little icon in the taskbar, in the lower right hand corner of your screen. It looks like a blue oval with yellow dots. Or,[/li][li]If you installed it to only run as a screen saver, you can still bring it up by going to the start menu --> programs --> United Devices --> UD Agent.[/li][/list=1]
I should tell you, however that this does not bring up the same screen as the screen saver. It is first a screen that displays information about your computer and statistics and stuff. To get to the molecule-protein screen, you need to click the button in the lower right corner of that window with the ‘i’ in a circle.
Also, it should be noted that when you have this window open, the program is continually looking for interactions, which is not recommended for computers with little RAM. I agree though, it is cool to look at.
Well, according to the information screen, “[This program] is a computer-aided drug design program that models interaction between potential drug molecules and a target protein that is involved in the growth of cancer. Finding positive interactions between molecule and protein could lead to a cure.”
So, no the genome project isn’t involved at all. It just tests random molecules with random proteins and hopes for a reaction.