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Platforms: Windows and Mac

ChemOffice Professional is a full suite of scientific productivity tools helping chemists and biologists alike to efficiently perform and keep track of their work. It is a suite of chemistry and biology related software packages and includes ChemDraw.

 PerkinElmer updated its Login functionality.
 If you are an existing PerkinElmer Download Center user you will need to sign up as a new user (see below).

 Attention PerkinElmer Download Center Users!

 Be sure to sign up with your current Download Center email address to ensure you are associated with your account(s).

Please use the new Site Subscription to register new users:

If you need assistance, please contact

ChemDraw Cloud is available to UCSD students and users. Please try the steps below to subscribe to the cloud products which come with the ChemOffice+Cloud suite.


  1. Go to the Site subscription page below and look for your university "University of California, San Diego".

  1. Click on 'Register' under 'Access PerkinElmer Cloud Applications'.
  2. Type your UCSD email address and click 'Continue'.
  3. Click on 'To access this subscription: Click Here' in front of 'ChemDraw Cloud, Annual Subscription'

 Once activated, you can access ChemDraw cloud using the URL below. The login credential will be your UCSD email address.

Please use the Quick Start Guide to learn how to quickly register and activate your copy of ChemDraw and ChemOffice+ Cloud
Students and faculty can request access using their UCSD email address.  UCSD Extension students are not eligible to access ChemOffice.

Get Access

You must register using your email address to verify eligibility.

For questions regarding where to download the application, go to:
For questions regarding how to activate the application, go to:


My university / organization has a license to ChemDraw / ChemOffice. Where can I download it?

See this help article.

I cannot log in to Signals Notebook Individual Edition even though I have download and installed ChemOffice+Cloud through my institution’s site license.

See this help article.

For all Software Licensing questions please go to ITS Service Desk.