Mellema and Rijkhorst numerically investigated the three-dimensional structure of intergalactic clouds being hit by the bow shock of a radio jet. This process had only been studied in two dimensions before. The calculations were done with the locally developed Capreole code, using a fixed grid with a size of 256x128x128 and were run on the national supercomputer Teras. Their simulation showed the cloud first being squashed and flattened and subsequently being compressed and drawn out in a long thin structure. Their analysis showed that quite early in the evolution of the system, substantial parts of the cloud become Jeans-unstable. They considered this to be strong support for the hypothesis of jet-induced star formation, although higher resolution adaptive mesh simulations would be needed to confirm this.