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Will Advanced Technology Simulations Lead To More And Better Drugs? Start-Up Schrodinger Says It Can

Executive Summary

Schrodinger LLC is a leading player in the emerging high-stakes field of computational chemical simulation software to boost the quality and productivity of drug discovery and lead generation. Its business model relies heavily on validating theoretical concepts of science and engineering in real-world settings through partnerships with a blue-chip list of pharma and biotech companies.

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