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Volume 9, Issue 3


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Mathematica Gallery Collection
Full-color posters of several graphics from the Mathematica gallery are now available to purchase online. To order your own poster from the Mathematica Gallery Collection, go to

Specialized Mini-Courses Provide Live, Interactive Mathematica Training Online
Wolfram Education Group has expanded its Mathematica training course offerings with the launch of several new online mini-courses taught by core developers at Wolfram Research. These tightly focused, highly applied sessions are short and inexpensive, and include information on emerging technologies as they are integrated into Mathematica. For more information, go to

New Partnership Unites gridMathematica with High-Performance Orion Cluster Workstations
The Orion Cluster Workstation with gridMathematica installed provides a quick way for the individual user to set up and run large calculations by offering a high-level programming language, a vast collection of reliable algorithms, and easy-to-use parallel programming constructs. For more information, go to

Air Force's Air Education and Training Command Implements Mathematica for Business Analytics
Air Education and Training Command directors at Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas are using Mathematica as part of their business analytics toolbox to help predict resource requirements and streamline future training. For more information, go to

Growing a Grid at Skidmore College
Using gridMathematica for his most intensive applications, Flip Phillips has reduced his computation times from as much as two months to as little as four hours. Phillips wrote a series of programs that extend his grid by "scavenging" idle network machines for available resources to accelerate his system. For more information, go to

Mathematica in Education and Research
The Mathematica in Education and Research (MiER) journal is back in a new quarterly format, which will be available in both electronic and print versions. Volume 10, Number 1 is now online. The journal publishes articles, notes, and special features on the use of Mathematica technology in all aspects of education and research. Article submission guidelines are available on the website.

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