Power and Beauty:

The Ease of Drawing Chemistry in 3D and Color

DATE
May 4, 2022
TIME
8:00 a.m. PDT, 11:00 a.m. EDT, 16:00 BST, 17:00 CEST
Duration: 60 Minutes

Overview

For many Chemists, the ability to represent visually compelling research is daunting, often requiring specialized software involving numerous steps, requiring significantly more time. 

Designed with chemistry in mind, ChemDraw and ChemOffice make your Chemistry research come to life with the ability to embed native, animated 3D models in MS PowerPoint directly.

Join Pierre Morieux, a.k.a ChemDraw Wizard, for a live demo to learn about the newest 3D and color capabilities that will empower you to create beautiful chemical drawings more efficiently and communicate your research visually, whether it involves medicinal Chemistry, small molecules, natural products, organometallic complexes, supramolecular or inorganic structures.  

In just a few clicks, learn how to: 

  • Easily and quickly communicate your chemistry research and reporting in 3D without the cumbersome process of using specialized software.  
  • Paste a live 3D rendering of your molecule, with all of its color properties, natively in PowerPoint with just one click 
  • Make your chemistry stand out with Atom/Bond/Ring coloring and 3D Display 
  • Save molecules as 3D printable objects 
Who Should Attend:
  • Chemists 
  • Research Chemists 
  • Organic Chemists 
  • Inorganic Chemists 
  • Organometallic Chemists 
  • Polymer Chemists 
  • Ph.D. Students and Post-Docs 
  • Patent Attorneys 

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Speakers

Pierre Morieux, Ph.D.
ChemDraw Global Marketing Manager,
ChemDraw Wizard
Catherine Dold
Health & Environment Writer,
C&EN Media Group

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