ChemBioOffice 2010 Expands Leading Life Science Desktop Software Suite Further Into Biology, Including STATISTICA

ChemBioOffice 2010 Expands Leading Life Science Desktop Software Suite Further Into Biology, Including STATISTICA

The Leading Chemistry and Biology Desktop Software Suite Is More Powerful Than Ever Before

CAMBRIDGE, MA--(Marketwire - July 14, 2009) - ChemBioOffice 2010 is the latest release of CambridgeSoft Corporation's full suite of integrated scientific desktop applications designed to aid individual chemists and biologists at their desktops, while also providing a shared solution benefiting scientists across an institution.

"Our goal with every new ChemBioOffice release is to continue to enhance the CambridgeSoft desktop software scientists depend on in their research," said Michael G. Tomasic, President and CEO of CambridgeSoft. "By maintaining the familiar look and feel, while at the same time adding powerful functionality, ChemBioOffice 2010 continues to improve the communication, efficiency and productivity across organizations and in a wide range of scientific settings."

ChemBioOffice 2010's three core applications -- ChemBioDraw, ChemBio3D and ChemBioFinder with ChemBioViz -- remain at the heart of the ChemBioOffice Ultra 2010 suite. New additions include STATISTICA from StatSoft for more in-depth statistical analysis of scientific data. Many improvements have been made to core chemistry features like Name=Struct and the Sequence tool. BioDraw features like the new BioDraw Pathway Templates enable chemists and biologists to share a single document format for communications. Technical enhancements include rotation about arbitrary centers, ChemScript integration, and support for full RBG Color.

ChemBio3D adds many new modeling and 3D structure analysis features such as Stochastic Conformational analysis, multi-pole methods for electrostatic calculations and multi-processor support. ChemBioFinder with ChemBioViz now features Clustering analysis along with integration to STATISTICA from StatSoft for more in-depth statistical analysis of scientific data.

Other significant offerings in the collection include desktop versions of CambridgeSoft's Enterprise applications E-Notebook, BioAssay, Inventory, and access to a number of important online databases such as ChemACX (for up-to-date product information from over 500 chemical vendors) and the ChemIndex compound reference database.

The suite also includes enhanced visualization and analysis of NMR data.

About CambridgeSoft

CambridgeSoft develops and markets life science enterprise solutions for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical companies and academic research organizations. Software products include enterprise, workgroup and desktop, versions of Chem & Bio Office, including Chem & Bio Draw and E-Notebook, with knowledge management, chemical and biological informatics, and scientific database solutions. Web sites include ChemBioFinder.Com and ChemBioNews.Com for indexed database content and news, and SciStore.Com for e-commerce. For information about CambridgeSoft products, services, and sales worldwide, please visit www.cambridgesoft.com, or call 1 617 588-9300 in America, in Europe call 00 800 875 20000, or in Japan call 0120-146-700.

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