Enthought

Enthought

Founded in 2001, Enthought is a global leader in scientific and analytic software solutions utilizing Python, a powerful, extensible, open source programming language for scientific, analytic, and engineering applications.

Telephone: +44 1223 321679
Address: 3/F Broers Building, 21 JJ Thomson Avenue, Cambridge
Postcode: CB3 0FA
Country: United Kingdom
Website: https://www.enthought.com
Membership type:Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)

Enthought transforms the business of science with artificial intelligence. When hard science is mission critical, we’ll help you win in an AI-powered world.

Discover What Matters

Shape AI strategies to solve hard science. Make just-right investments to transform business-critical chemistry, physics, biology, and beyond.

Unlock Hidden Value

Turn scientific data into on-target business insights. We help you integrate and interact with masses of data to ask the right questions and unlock the best opportunities.

Solve Really Hard Problems

Go beyond brainpower to tackle problems that seem out of reach. From analyzing the Earth’s crust to mapping the human genome, speed ahead with AI attuned to the most challenging scientific requirements.

Optimize Your People:

Spur innovation by teaching your best thinkers to command AI. Free scientists and engineers up to ask the right questions, expand the field of inquiry, and make intuitive leaps.

At Enthought, we believe we're smarter together. Let's empower your best thinkers to move faster and discover more.

Enthought: Python for Scientists and Engineers - Nov. 19-23, 2018

Enthought: Python for Scientists and Engineers - Nov. 19-23, 2018

19 Nov 2018 - 23 Nov 2018Broers Building 3rd floor, 21 JJ Thomson Avenue, CB30FA Cambridge

Enthought's intensive Python training courses are specifically designed for scientists, engineers, financial analysts, and data scientists who would like to learn how to use Python to be better, faster, and more productive in their work environments. Our targeted courses address both scientific and programming best practices for working in Python.