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Robert Surowiec

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HEA MSOR Connections newsletter.......seeking reviewer of MathType 6.6
Posted: Jan 13, 2010 4:53 AM
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Good Morning All!

Apologies for cross-posting.

We have recently heard of a new release of MathType 6.6 for windows and are eager to find
a reviewer for an article in MSOR Connections. If anyone is willing to review this from a UK
Higher Education teaching and learning perspective and write up an article for the MSOR
Connections newsletter, then please let me know by return email to:

More info and access to free 30 day demos is available at:

More info about the MSOR Connections newsletter and access to the online archive of past
articles, please visit:

I look forward to hearing from all willing reviewers..........Thanks and best wishes for
now..........Robert S

------- Forwarded message follows -------
Subject: Press release: New MathType 6.6 brings maths support to over 350
applications and websites
Date sent: Mon, 4 Jan 2010 14:55:02 +0000
BCC to:
Design Science´s (Long Beach, California) new version of MathTypeTM 6.6 for Windows has
been added to Adept Scientific´s (Letchworth, Herts) product range. This latest version
includes support for Windows 7´s handwriting recognition feature as well as extending its
support to over 350 applications and websites in areas such as education, elearning,
calculation, word processing, presentations, emails, blogs and wikis.
Among the newly supported applications and websites are Google Docs, Gmail, Blackboard
and many others.

For the last year, the company has been implementing its Equations Everywhere and
Anywhere!TM initiative, enhancing MathType to eventually work with virtually all the
applications and websites used by students, teachers, professors, elearning authors,
scientists and engineers. With this new release, MathType now works with over 350
applications and websites. It also features an accompanying "Works With..." web application
that shows detailed instructions on how best to use MathType with each product.

"Scientists, engineers and educators are now able to work with maths notations in a much
wider variety of applications and websites than ever before," said Paul R Topping, Design
Science's President & CEO. "Our goal is to make MathType the tool of choice for all
mathematical communication."

MathType has long been known as the professional version of the Equation Editor in
Microsoft Office, used by millions of educators, scientists and engineers to create papers and
presentations with textbook-quality equations. According to scientific and technical
publishers, over 85 per cent of submitted manuscripts containing mathematical notation are
Microsoft Word documents with MathType or Equation Editor equations.

About Design Science

Founded in 1986 and headquartered in Long Beach, California, Design Science develops
software used by educators, scientists and publishing professionals, including MathType,
Equation Editor in Microsoft Office, WebEQ, MathFlow and MathPlayer, to communicate on
the web and in print.

MathType 6.6 is supplied and supported in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria and the Nordic
countries by Adept Scientific. Products including MathType 6.6 can be ordered online at

With offices in the UK, USA, Germany and throughout the Nordic region, Adept Scientific is
one of the world's leading suppliers of software and hardware products for research,
scientific, engineering and technical applications on desktop computers. Full details and
contact information for all Adept Scientific international offices are available at; or telephone +44 (0)1462 480055.


Illustration: New MathType 6.6 brings maths support to over 350 applications and websites

This press release is also available for download in electronic format at

Please forward Reader Enquiries to:
The Marketing Department, Adept Scientific plc, Amor Way, Letchworth, Herts. SG6 1ZA
Tel: 01462 480055 Fax: 01462 480213 Email:

If your publication carries software reviews and you would like a review copy of MathType
6.6, please contact Michelle Boness on 01462 489171 or email

------- End of forwarded message -------

Robert Surowiec
Information Officer
Maths, Stats & OR Network - a Subject Centre of the Higher Education Academy
School of Mathematics
University of Birmingham
Birmingham B15 2TT

T: 0121 414 7670
F: 0121-414 3389

The Maths, Stats & OR Network is a Subject Centre of the Higher Education
Academy, which provides discipline-based support for learning and teaching in
UK universities.

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