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ChemBioOffice at Stanford

ChemBioOffice at Stanford | Download and Install | Reactivate | Software Included | Databases Included

The Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources (SU*LAIR) / Academic Computing has paid for a campus-wide site license to ChemBioOffice, a chemistry and biology suite by CambridgeSoft.

This site license allows all current Stanford students, faculty, and staff to download the program FOR FREE to their home, office, or personal computer. Users must have an email address that ends with:

  • @stanford.edu
  • @slac.stanford.edu
  • @globalecology.stanford.edu

Note that after downloading, no Internet connection is required for use. The license key you will receive as part of the registration process does include a timer that corresponds to the time frame of the annual site license agreement.

Download and Install ChemBioOffice
Reactivating Your Current Copy of ChemBioOffice Ultra
For users who have previously downloaded ChemBioOffice Ultra, because there has been a major upgrade of the software, we recommend downloading the latest version rather than simply reactivating the older version.
Software Included in ChemBioOffice Ultra 2008
Scientific Databases Included in ChemBioOffice Ultra 2008

Access without Downloading

Mac and PC users, it is possible for you to use ChemBioDraw Ultra and ChemBio3D Ultra without downloading the software. The software is accessible via a Web browser and Citrix plugin on CDSERVER. Step-by-step instructions for accessing CDSERVER are available at Swain’s Off-Campus Resources page.

ChemBioOffice Ultra is also loaded on the computers at Swain and Lane Libraries and will be available beginning this quarter on computer cluster machines in Green and Meyer Libraries and the residence halls.

Help

For questions or assistance, please contact Grace Baysinger (graceb@stanford.edu, 650-725-1039).



Last modified: January 21, 2010

   
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