“ChemBioDraw is the drawing tool of choice for chemists and biologists to create publication-ready, scientifically intelligent drawings for use in ELNs, databases and publications and for querying chemical databases, now including SciFinder.” –cambridgesoft.com
The chemistry department licenses ChemDraw for the all chemistry faculty, staff, and students at Washington State University. This is an annual license. Each fall, you must install a new serial number. If you are faculty, staff, or a graduate student in the chemistry department, Fulmer IT will provide a serial number. If you are a full-time employee or a student at the University but not in the chemistry department, you must get your annual serial number directly from CambridgeSoft.
10/4/2017 – REPRIEVE! ChemDraw has been funded for an additional year. Things may change after this term, but at least for the 2017/18 school year, ChemDraw will remain a departmental site license for ALL enrolled chemistry students as well as chemistry staff/faculty. A new tutorial will be online VERY SOON! Stay Tuned…
- Version 16 will be grandfathered in
- Version 15.1 and earlier will be defunct
9/14/2017 – On October 14, 2017, ChemDraw will cease to function via the Chemistry site license. Chemistry leadership has chosen to move from ChemDraw to ChemDoodle+MarvinSketch. These replacement programs are currently available on Jukebox, with licensing and installation tutorials to follow next week, stay tuned! ChemDraw will be removed from Jukebox October 14th, 2017. 3/3/2017 – VERSION 16 is now available on Jukebox! Version 16.0 is now ONLINE! 15.1 is now grandfathered in 15.0 and older are now defunct.
For faculty, staff and graduate students in chemistry