Publication Worthy Reports
ChemDraw helps chemists be more efficient, communicate more clearly; and reach crucial information faster.
No wonder over 1 million users (and growing) count on ChemDraw.
It’s the chemically intelligent solution for R&D drawing and publishing.
TIPS & TRICKS
UP YOUR GAME
MAKE YOU LOOK GOOD
The PerkinElmer ChemDraw Wizards have created this Showcase as the place to share your work alongside our own.
We hope you will send us your challenges and triumphs in chemical communications, whether it’s a drawing you created in ChemDraw or another drawing package.
The ChemDraw Wizards Challenge
MEET THE WIZARDS
PerkinElmer is known almost as much for our hands-on expertise in research and development as we are for our diverse product line up.
So, of course, the company has a team of Ph.D.s who know ChemDraw like you know chemistry. Meet them and then take the Challenge.
Here are just a few of those PerkinElmer experts – The ChemDraw Wizards:
PIERRE MORIEUX, PH.D. -- ChemDraw, Global Marketing Manager
JINSOO KIM, PH.D. -- Field Application Scientist
PAUL-STEFFEN KUHN, PH.D. -- Field Application Scientist
TAKE THE CHALLENGE
The ChemDraw Wizards love a challenge! Plus, they love to help customers and prospects solve the hardest chemistry communications problems you face. This passion resulted in “The ChemDraw Wizards Challenge.”
It’s easy to participate and you might win a cool ChemDraw gift.
View the Showcase
This section is all YOU. All the drawings here are from the ChemDraw Community and represent your biggest challenges.
Haven’t submitted your Challenge? Stump the Wizards!
Drawing Tafluprost Without a Mouse
In this video, Matt Horwitz (Synthetic Workshop Videos Channel) from University of Oxford and Pierre Morieux show how to switch from point & click tools in ChemDraw, to drawing a molecule like Tafluprost much more efficiently with the new ChemDraw Hotkeys. Do you have a ChemDraw challenge for us?
Quick synthetic steps with hotkeys and shortcuts
In this 2nd video, Matt Horwitz (Synthetic Workshop Videos Channel) from University of Oxford and Pierre Morieux continue exploring how to easily generate synthetic steps with a combination of reaction shortcuts and hotkeys. Do you have a ChemDraw challenge for us?
Hotkeys & Reaction Shortcuts