Wolfram Computation Meets Knowledge

Date Archive: 2022 May

Announcements & Events

New in 13: Molecules & Biomolecular Sequences

Two years ago we released Version 12.0 of the Wolfram Language. Here are the updates in molecules and biomolecular sequences since then, including the latest features in 13.0. The contents of this post are compiled from Stephen Wolfram's Release Announcements for 12.1, 12.2, 12.3 and 13.0.


What Is That Molecule? Advances in Chemical Computation (March 2020)

You have an image of a molecular structure diagram, say from a paper. But how can you get the molecule it represents in a computable form? Well, with Version 12.1 all you need do is use MoleculeRecognize:
Education & Academic

Liberal Arts, Meet Computation A Wolfram Community Introduction

We can guess if you’re reading the Wolfram Blog that you’re probably a Wolfram Language user, whether as a recreational programmer, a physics professor or a high-powered data scientist. And let’s be honest about another thing: if you’re using it to solve algebraic integrals or analyze SARS-CoV-2 genetic sequences or some other complex subject, you’re likely a big-brained person. I mean, you’re investigating the very nature of the universe in all its facets, right?