ChemDraw will boost your productivity more than ever. Draw publication-quality structures and reactions, publish on the web, create precise database queries using specific atom and bond properties, display spectra, structures, and annotations on the same page, and more.

Chemical queries in ChemDraw and ChemFinder

See ChemDraw's query capabilities, using an example database which readers can download for use in ChemBioFinder.

Chemoffice 2006, Chemdraw 10.0 and Chem3D 10.0

09/02/2006

Chemoffice 2006, Chemdraw 10.0 and Chem3D 10.0 are now available from Hearne Scientific Software.

ChemOffice transforms your PC into a chemical & biological publishing, modeling, and database workstation.

ChemDraw is the industry leader of chemical drawing programs.

Chem3D brings workstation quality molecular modeling and display to your desktop.

Special discount prices are available till March 1, 2006.

The CambridgeSoft range or programs contain a multitude of applications ranging from Inventory and E-Notebook applications to two-dimensional and three-dimensional chemical structure representations. These are both separate and integrated applications as they allow for data sharing. For example, a 2D structure can be imported into the 3D modeler.

Free Worldwide Delivery for Online Orders

Order ChemOffice online from Hearne Scientific Software and delivery is free.

Order ChemDraw online from Hearne Scientific Software and delivery is free.

Order Chem3D online from Hearne Scientific Software and delivery is free.

Local prices may be higher than overseas prices due to the imposition of GST or VAT, overseas and local shipping charges, customs inspection and clearance duties, currency exchange and transfer fees. Fortunately, Hearne can deliver software to most countries in the world without imposing GST or VAT and charges no delivery fees for orders via its web site.

For more information regarding ChemOffice, ChemDraw and Chem3D, please contact Hearne Scientific Software.

Scientific Computing 2005 Readers Choice Awards

21/10/2005

Mathematica, Origin and ChemDraw are winners of Scientific Computing reader's choice awards for 2005.

Graphics Readers' Choice Award Winner: Origin

Origin provides extensive scientific graphing and analysis capabilities with several new tools that simplify common operations.

Origin is the first scientific software to combine presentation-quality graphics, the C language, and the NAG numerical library in a single package.

Version 7.5 provides new time saving tools that will simplify your routine tasks, from importing data to creating your graphs and applying detailed custom formatting.

First-time users will be able to produce results right out of the box, while advanced users can continue to exploit the depth of its power. Easy-to-use point-and-click interfaces are provided for data visualisation, exploration, and analysis. Advanced data analysis tools include statistics, signal processing, curve fitting and peak analysis. The C programming capability combined with the numerical computation and graphing power make Origin a robust platform for routine data processing, analysis, and algorithm development.

Mathematics Readers' Choice Award Winner: Mathematica

Mathematica seamlessly integrates a numeric and symbolic computational engine, graphics system, programming language, documentation system, and advanced connectivity to other applications.

Mathematica 5.2 brings the latest 64-bit and multicore technology to Mathematica, complementing the large-scale computation capabilities of Mathematica 5.0 and 5.1.

Mathematica 5.2 introduces new all-platform support for threading of numerical linear algebra over multiple CPU or multicore computers.

From simple calculator operations to large-scale programming and interactive-document preparation, Mathematica is the tool of choice at the frontiers of scientific research, in engineering analysis and modeling, in all levels of education, and wherever quantitative methods are used.

Chemistry Readers' Choice Award Winner: ChemDraw

Draw publication-quality structures and reactions, publish on the web, create precise database queries using specific atom and bond properties, display spectra, structures, and annotations on the same page, and more.

ChemDraw is the industry leader of chemical drawing programs. ChemDraw will boost your productivity more than ever.

More information about Scientific Computing magazine; www.scimag.com

Chem3D version 8 & ChemOffice 2004 - Purchase Now and Save!

27/05/2003


Pre purchase the soon to be released ChemOffice 2004 and Chem3D version 8 now and save!

Hearne Scientific Software is pleased to announce the availability of ChemOffice 2004 & Chem3D Ultra version 8. These new releases complement the recent release of ChemDraw version 8.

With the release of the new versions of Chem3D, ChemOffice and ChemDraw, prices may increase slightly post the 1st of July 2003. To beat the price rise purchase now before the end of the 2002 - 2003 financial year.

For more information regarding this offer, please contact Hearne.

ChemOffice wins Reader's Choice Award

19/03/2003

ChemOffice has been awarded the Chemical Information Management 2002 Readers’ Choice Award.

The readers of Scientific Computing and Instrumentation voted ChemOffice the best Chemical information management tool in 2002.

ChemOffice Ultra 2002 is a chemistry software suite for chemical publishing, modelling, and database work. It includes ChemDraw Ultra 7.0, Chem3D Ultra 7.0, ChemFinder Pro 7.0 and other tools and utilities that will help you increase your productivity and quality of work. The full set of ChemInfo databases, including ChemACX and ChemACX-SC, The Merck Index and ChemMSDX are also included.

General Manager of Hearne Scientific Software, Dr. James Hearne says, "The inclusion of these databases make Chemoffice a reference utility of enormous value to any commercial, academic or research laboratory.

ChemOffice 2002 transforms your PC into a chemical publishing, modelling, and database workstation. Offering seamless integration between itself and Microsoft office, ChemOffice has redefined the chemist's desktop. The following core programs make it the ultimate chemistry suite:

Chemical structure drawing
With ChemDraw, users can draw complex chemical structures including stereochemistry recognition and display, multi-page documents, ChemNMR with spectral display, and Name=Struct for instant structure generation.

Molecular modelling
With ChemOffice's powerful Chem3D program, users can model and visualise quality 3D molecular structures. View molecular surfaces, orbitals, electrostatic potentials, and more with Chem3D.

Database and search facility
Via ChemFinder, users have the ability to manage their data, and search their data easily and quickly via Excel, Word, Oracle, MS Access data and MDL RD and SD import/export.

ChemOffice 2001 Will Ship in October!

30/03/2002

Chem3D Ultra 6.0 & ChemFinder Ultra 6.0 are now ready and will join with ChemDraw Ultra 6.1 to form ChemOffice Ultra/Pro 2001.

The Release Schedule is expected to be as follows:

  • ChemOffice Ultra/Pro 2001 Week of October 23rd

  • Chem3D Ultra 6.0 Week of October 23rd

  • ChemFinder Ultra 6.0 Week of November 20th

New Features

Chem3D Ultra 6.0 brings workstation quality molecular surface graphics and rigourous computational methods to your desktop computer.

New features include:

  • Electronic structure and MOPAC

  • ChemSAR and CLogP

  • Property Servers

  • Integrated User Interface

  • Many Graphical Display Formats

ChemFinder Ultra 6.0 is the ideal chemical information package for users who want to create chemical databases for storage and quick retrieval or utilize pre-existing databases for Windows.

New features include:

  • E-Lab Notebook

  • CombiChem

  • MS Excel and Word integration

  • ChemInfo Pro

  • Enterprise Compatibility

  • Improved Query and Forms

Contact us for more information. 

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