Software Licensing

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The Latest News

10/10/2017: Some Matlab users may receive a message that their Matlab license will expire within 60 days. Rest assured that IMSS is currently in the process of renewing our campus Matlab license. Note that network installations of Matlab do not need to do anything to update their license. IMSS will update the campus Matlab license in November, which will automatically renew all network installations. For those using a standalone installation, renew your license before it expires in November by following the instructions here (note that the expiration message will not go away until after our campus license renewal is complete).

09/22/2017: RHEL 7.4 (client, server, and workstation) is now available for download.

09/21/2017: Magma V2.23 is now available for download.

06/15/2017: Effective September 25, 2017, the Caltech Library will be terminating its campus wide license for EndNote. At that time, EndNote will no longer be available for download from the software.caltech.edu webstore. (Note that this is an updated end date from the news post from 6/15/17.)

06/23/2017:  The campus Matlab license servers were updated last night; version R2017a for network installations is now available for download. 

06/15/2017: Effective August 25, 2017, the Caltech Library will be terminating its campus wide license for EndNote. At that time, EndNote will no longer be available for download from the software.caltech.edu webstore.

06/09/2017: Matlab R2017a for single-machine/standalone installations is available for download. The network version will be available once the license server has been updated.

05/25/2017: Mathematica 11.1.1 is availble for download.

05/25/2017: ChemDraw & ChemOffice 2016 are available for download.

03/03/2017: Cambridge Structural Database System 2017 is available for download.

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