ChemBioDraw site license is provided via a cost sharing effort by various colleges and departments such as the Chemistry departments from SAS, CASC, NASC, and other groups such as SEBS, SoE, SoP, SAS-DLS, etc. in conjunction with the Office of Information Technology. We believe site licenses such as this are important steps towards broadening out the kinds of applications and thereby enriching a University-wide Site-licensed Software Collection for the Rutgers Community.
“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.” For more information, refer to http://www.cambridgesoft.com/software/ChemBioDraw/
Software available to Faculty, Students, and Staff
This site license permits installation on all Rutgers owned machines as well as machines owned by faculty, staff, and students.
To download the software,
- visit the Rutgers Software Portal,
- login with your NetID, and
- search for ChemBioDraw using the search box in the upper right of the page.
- follow the instructions there.
Building a User Community
In response to faculty requests, a mail list has been created to foster the growth of a ChemBioDraw User Community. If you are interested in joining, subscribe by logging in here. As the user community grows, other collaborative opportunities will be possible via this Sakai site.
If you have questions regarding downloading or installation of this software please consult your local unit computing specialist or send email to oirt @ rutgers.edu.
For further information, go to CambridgeSoft’s ChemBioDraw webpage.