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APS Announces a New Benefit for Members

APS members will now receive 25 percent off of Mathematica products

May 2, 2019

APS is always striving to provide new benefits to members in order to increase the value of an APS membership. The newest offering is an ongoing 25 percent discount on Mathematica licenses and products.

Wolfram Mathematica is state of the art technical computing software used by millions of innovators, educators, and students around the world. APS is offering discounts on two different types of annual licenses: Mathematica Home Edition, for non-professional use, and Mathematica Student Edition, for mastering concepts in STEM classes. A Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica and Programming book is also discounted through APS.

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If you are already a member of APS, more about these benefits can be accessed online. To join APS to take advantage of this and other membership benefits, visit the APS membership page.

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