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Your Invitation to Take a Quantum Leap in Education

Learning quantum theory requires dedication and a willingness to challenge classical assumptions. Quantum interference, particularly for massive particles, is a pivotal example in this journey. The Schrödinger equation, inspired by de Broglie’s hypothesis, revolutionized our understanding by revealing the wavelike nature of even massive particles. This phenomenon not only deepens our grasp of nature but also fuels innovations in quantum applications, from quantum sensing to quantum computing. Yet many students don't have the opportunity to run experiments that require sophisticated hardware. Not anymore!
Education & Academic

Reduce Quantum Noise with Wolfram Language and Fire Opal

Practical quantum computers have not entered the mainstream, but that has not stopped researchers and developers from innovating. Simulating quantum results on classical hardware and getting meaningful results from noisy quantum hardware are two important areas with lots of recent innovations.
Education & Academic

Leveling Up in Life Sciences: Unleashing the Power of Computational Biology with Wolfram Language

In days past, life sciences was reserved for those who had access to the proper equipment to observe and experiment with the organisms of the physical world. For today’s scientist, exploration doesn’t end with access to physical encounters. Whether you’re classifying an animal for the first time or using a protein visualizer to develop medication, Wolfram Language holds the tools and power to support your computational life science endeavors. The following is a collection of biology resources, projects and functions in Wolfram Language for any skill level.
Education & Academic

Get Down to Business with Finite Mathematics in Wolfram Language

“There is every reason to expect that the various social sciences will serve as incentives for the development of great new branches of mathematics and that some day the theoretical social scientist will have to know more mathematics than the physicist needs to know today.”

John G. Kemeny, first author of the original textbook on finite mathematics and co-inventor of the BASIC programming language

Finite mathematics gives students a mathematical toolkit used in fields as diverse as business, economics, sociology and biology while covering techniques that are logically distinct from calculus.

Education & Academic

A Year in Review: New from Wolfram Media in 2023

With seven newly published titles and deals penned for translations into 13 languages, 2023 has been Wolfram Media’s most productive year yet. As our list continues to grow, we are proud to cover more and more Wolfram Language functionality in conceptual and practical ways for our readers. As we near the end of the year, we’d like to sum up our publishing accomplishments and maybe even give you a few holiday gift ideas for any readers on your list.
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Journey from the Wolfram Data Science Boot Camp to Creative Data Analytics

When I attended the 2019 Wolfram Data Science Boot Camp as an instructor, I had the pleasure of meeting Professor Fei Du and Davis Mo, the youngest Boot Camp alum to date. I don’t think any of us expected our conversations from the camp to grow into our collaboration on the book Creative Data Analytics: Computational Recipes to Gain Insights into Business.