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Alternate titles: ChemBioDrawChemBioOffice

Contents: The University of Arizona Library has renewed the academic site license (expiration date 9/15/2014) for ChemBioOffice Ultra 13. The ChemBioOffice software suite combines ChemBioDraw, ChemBio3D, BioViz, BioAssay, Inventory and E-Notebook in the world's premier desktop suite designed for both chemists and biologists. Also included is access to the chemistry databases ChemINDEX, Ashgate Drugs, and ChemACS.

Download Instructions
All UA faculty, staff, and students may download ChemBioOffice Ultra 13 by going to
You will receive a serial number by email. If you fail to get your serial number you can return to CambridgeSoft (, log in and check the "my Downloads" link to recover it.

Important! You can select which components of ChemBioOffice Ultra to install on your computer. Please read the full descriptions for BioAssay, Inventory, and Electronic Lab Notebook before choosing to install these high-level applications. (Please note that these applications install Microsoft's SQL Server.) For most users, ChemDraw (which includes BioDraw) and Chem3D will be sufficient.

Renewal Instructions

Those who are currently using versions 10-12 need only "reactivate" to continue using versions 10 & 11 & 12 respectively, or re-download to get version 13.

To reactivate, click "Reactivate" on the "Help" menu then put in your serial number from last year.

To re-download, go to the membership link above and override to re-download.

Alternatively, the software will display a warning message one month before the previous expiration date, and you can click "Reactivate" then, directly from the warning message.

If you have misplaced your serial number, you can look it up by logging into Cambridgesoft's membership website and clicking "View Serial Numbers & Expiration Dates for Your Downloads".

How to Use ChemBioOffice
ChemBioOffice Web Seminars are available at

For more information about ChemBioOffice Ultra, see

Your feedback about the ChemBioOffice Ultra trial is important to us! Please send your questions and comments to Jim Martin, Science-Engineering Library,

Software must be installed on your computer to use this resource