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Mathematica 10.1 is now available!

Published March 30, 2015

Mathematica 10.1 adds many enhancements to performance, coverage, and convenience—as well as several major new algorithmic achievements such as image identification and user-defined grammar rule deployment. See the highlights.»

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Introducing Reliability Analysis in Wolfram SystemModeler 4.1

Published March 25, 2015

With the release of SystemModeler 4.1 today, Mathematica’s complete suite for reliability analysis, with functionality for reliability block diagrams, fault trees, and importance measures, can now be used with SystemModeler.»


Frontiers of Computational Thinking: A SXSW Report

Published March 23, 2015

Last week Stephen Wolfram spoke at SXSW Interactive 2015 in Austin, Texas. Here's a slightly edited transcript.»


Wolfram Summer Programs

Published March 20, 2015

Wolfram Science Summer School, Mathematica Summer Camp, Wolfram Innovation Summer School, and Wolfram Tech Innovation Summer Camp: June 29–July 17, 2015, at Bentley University (near Boston, Massachusetts).»

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Red Nacional de Investigación y Educación del Ecuador (CEDIA) Adopts Robust Wolfram Technology System

Published March 17, 2015

Red Nacional de Investigación y Educación del Ecuador (CEDIA) has adopted a Wolfram Technology System that will be available to all CEDIA-member universities. By making Wolfram technologies available as part of the universities' curricula, CEDIA is providing further support to aid in the modernization of higher education and professional opportunity throughout the country.»


Special Pi Day Discounts

Published March 13, 2015

Continue to celebrate Pi Day throughout the month of March with special discounts from Wolfram on Mathematica personal and student products.»

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Pi or Pie?! Celebrating Pi Day of the Century (and How to Get Your Very Own Piece of Pi)

Published March 12, 2015

This coming Saturday is "Pi Day of the Century". The date 3/14/15 in month/day/year format is like the first digits of π=3.1415... And at 9:26:53.589... it's a "super pi moment". Between Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha, our company has delivered more π to the world than any other organization in history. So of course we have to do something special for Pi Day of the Century.»