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ChemBioDraw @ USC

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All USC faculty, staff, and currently registered students may download ChemBioDraw Ultra software on USC owned and operated computers and laptops, as well as on personal computers for home use. Upgrades to ChemBioDraw Ultra will also be provided during the term of this license agreement. Upon termination of the ChemBioDraw Ultra agreement, all users of the software are obligated to uninstall the software. By downloading the software, you agree to abide by these terms and conditions.

Download Instructions

After clicking the link below, you will enter your USC email address. Then you will be prompted to create a PerkinElmer account. This is a separate account, but you need to use your USC email address to register. Once you have finished registering, you will arrive at the download page. The license information will be emailed to you.

As of June 18, 2014, ChemBioDraw Ultra 14 is now available for download. You must uninstall v13.x or earlier versions before installing 14. ChemBioDraw Ultra 14 now includes direct linking to SciFinder. For more information on setting up the direct linking, please visit the SciFinder: Registration and FAQ.



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