Brooklyn-based artist Laura Splan is taking science to the next level – she is turning molecular images and animations into beautiful works of art. A transdisciplinary artist with a focus on biomedical visuals, Splan’s work has been exhibited at the Museum of Art & Design, The New York Hall of Science, Beall Center for Art
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As we close 2021, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) is a phrase we have all heard in passing, but the question is: do we know what it really means and how to instill these values in the workplace? For some, it may mean the ability to work effectively with one another regardless of backgrounds or
“Sciences provide an understanding of a universal experience, Arts are a universal understanding of a personal experience. They are both avatars of human creativity.” – Mae Jemison On December 7th, 2021, Schrödinger hosted its Inaugural Employee Art Exhibition at its new Headquarters in New York City. The organizers for this inaugural event called on Schrödinger
After nearly a decade of experience working in emergency medicine and clinical research in large pharmaceutical companies, Dan Weiss, M.D., CPI, decided he wanted a change.
We recently spoke with several members of our drug discovery (DDAG) team to understand their perspectives on why they chose to pursue their drug discovery careers at Schrödinger.
What a year it’s been. Remember back in March when some of us thought a brief stint working from home would be a welcome respite—no commute, no crowds, perhaps a slightly slower pace? As we all know, that’s not how it turned out. We joke about every day blending into “Blursday” and wryly note that
As a parent of small children, I sometimes unexpectedly find myself needing to work from home. Many of us are in the same boat now – and for the long haul, as companies and schools around the world close their locations and move to off-site working to address the spread of Coronavirus.