Schrödinger, a little like a German car, has good looks and power under the hood. The 3D exterior is powered by Maestro, the primary molecular visualization interface in the Schrödinger Suite that integrates all of the other computational tools. It even supports 3D monitors and glasses that embed the user in a 3D viewing experience.
Overkill? Not so, says Woody Sherman, VP of application science at Schrödinger. Aha moments come when scientists view structures in these 3D renderings. “The most important moments come from combining graphics with calculations,” he says. “We gain intuition from looking at ...Find out More »