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Small Molecule Drug Discovery Biologics Drug Discovery Materials Science Online Certification Courses

Schrӧdinger advances scientific discovery by supporting researchers with training resources that show how to deploy the best technology and practices of Schrödinger software in their projects. By helping scientists—and future scientists—learn about molecular modeling and how to apply the Schrödinger’s platform to their research, Schrödinger highlights the role computational drug and material discovery makes in improving human health and quality of life.

Get started with Schrödinger

Maestro is the graphical user interface (GUI) that is used to access Schrödinger software and is the backbone of the Schrödinger platform. Because the GUI is at the center of the software, the first step in learning Schrödinger is to learn how to navigate and use the interface.


Quickly get acquainted with Maestro with this eight-part series that demonstrates Maestro’s tools.

Maestro BioLuminate

Find resources and training material to get to know Maestro BioLuminate and the Multiple Sequence Viewer.

Materials Science Maestro

Materials Science Maestro training includes both introductory content and advanced workflows.

Schrödinger Online Learning

Schrödinger's online courses show how industry-leading computational molecular modeling tools are used in drug discovery and materials design, and how you can incorporate these tools into research projects. In addition to utilizing modern techniques such as active learning and multimodal teaching, these courses will also provide a chance to work hands-on with Schrödinger software.

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Teaching with Schrödinger

Schrӧdinger is proud to support educators with engaging the next generations of scientists, engineers, and technologists. We are in the process of building out a repository of learning resources that will be available for teachers and students everywhere to use to advance their learning.

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Schrӧdinger believes it is important to support local community and to give back globally. We are grateful to be able to partner with several organizations to support STEM learning opportunities and professional development for K - 12, undergraduate, graduate, and adult learners.

Previous outreach programs have included high school internships, STEM summer camps, office visits, teacher externships, and remote or in-person STEM workshops. If you are interested in working with us to hold a STEM outreach event, please contact

Dive deeper with a variety of resources

Whether you’re in need of detailed documentation, a list of known issues or articles that help you learn more, Schrödinger resources can lead you to the information you need.

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