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A New Level of Step-by-Step Solutions in Wolfram|Alpha

Published September 7, 2017

In our continued efforts to make it easier for students to learn and understand math and science concepts, the Wolfram|Alpha team has been hard at work this summer expanding our step-by-step solutions. Since the school year is just beginning, we're excited to announce some new features. Read more here. »


When Exactly Will the Eclipse Happen? A Multimillenium Tale of Computation

Published August 16, 2017

On August 21, 2017, there's going to be a total eclipse of the Sun visible on a line across the US. But when exactly will the eclipse occur at a given location? Being able to predict astronomical events has historically been one of the great triumphs of exact science. But in 2017, how well can it actually be done? »


New Computational Neuroscience Features: Brain, Neurons, Cognition

Published June 7, 2017

As the next phase of Wolfram Research's endeavor to make biology computable, we are happy to announce the recent release of neuroscience-related content. »


Mathematica 11.1.1 Simplified Chinese Edition Introduces Wide Range of Cutting-Edge Functionality

Published May 23, 2017

We are pleased to announce the release of Mathematica 11.1.1 Simplified Chinese Edition, which expands and improves Wolfram's state-of-the-art functionality and performance in machine learning, neural networks and audio processing. »


A New Kind of Science: A 15-Year View

Published May 16, 2017

It's now 15 years since Stephen Wolfram published his book A New Kind of Science—more than 25 since he started writing it, and more than 35 since he started working towards it. »


Announcing Wolfram|One

Published May 3, 2017

Wolfram|One is the world's first fully cloud-desktop hybrid, integrated computation platform—the ideal entry point to using the full capabilities of the Wolfram technology stack.»


gridMathematica and Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager Updated with Wolfram Language 11.1 Functionality

Published April 5, 2017

New versions of gridMathematica and Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager are now available, updated to include Wolfram Language Version 11.1 functionality in machine learning, neural nets, audio processing and more. A complete list of new features and enhancements can be found here.»