SRI Blog

Featured Post

By Jennifer Knudsen Jennifer Knudsen at 8:10 AM PST, Tue Nov 11, 2014

As the Common Core State Standards are being rolled out nationwide, mathematical argumentation—the line of reasoning that shows or explains why a mathematical result is true—has become an important skill for math teachers and students alike. To teach argumentation skills to teachers and bridge the gap between professional development (PD) and classroom practice, SRI Education’s Center for Technology in Learning developed the Bridging Professional Development program. Funded by the...

Leave a Comment (0 Comments)

Browse Latest Posts

Annalisa D’Andrea Sep 4, 2014 Comments (0)

Learn how researchers in SRI Biosciences have identified a small molecule that looks like a promising therapy for psoriasis, an autoimmune disease of the skin affecting approximately two percent of...

Steve Perna Sep 2, 2014 Comments (0)

Biometrics—including fingerprint, face, iris, and voice—is a highly accurate and reliable method of identity authentication. Each year, more businesses are reducing costs and improving operations...

John Byrnes Aug 26, 2014 Comments (0)

How can crowdsourcing give a better view into future significant scientific and technological developments, particularly in areas such as information systems and energy, where corporations may want...

Jeremy Roschelle, Mingyu Feng & H. Alix Gallagher Aug 13, 2014 Comments (0)

There is an art to successful recruitment, but few occasions for experienced researchers to share lessons learned with colleagues. To help other researchers get a head start, SRI Education...

William Mark Aug 11, 2014 Comments (0)

SRI is exploring a new generation of assistant—a virtual specialist—that helps consumers perform tasks that require deep knowledge of the service and of the consumer’s personal relationship with that...

Rob Day Jul 30, 2014 Comments (0)

Guest blogger Rob Day explains how hardware startups can succeed without spending too much money.

Pages

Rajeev Vaidyanathan Dec 5, 2012 Comments (29)

Bed bugs share our beds, feed on our blood at night, and they disappear by dawn, often leaving nothing more than a raised welt on our skin, a token of last night’s encounter. Why is it so hard to...

Louise Yarnall Feb 28, 2013 Comments (21)

Discussion thread for Feb. 25 webinar, Engaging Industry and Students in Workforce Education Partnerships.

Rajeev Vaidyanathan Jul 19, 2012 Comments (13)

Bed bug bites can cause adverse reactions such as rashes, lesions, allergies, and psychological distress, and the pests most significantly impact the most vulnerable in our society.

Louise Yarnall Feb 27, 2013 Comments (12)

Discussion thread for Feb. 25 webinar, Engaging Industry and Students in Workforce Education Partnerships.

Stephen Morairty Jul 26, 2013 Comments (11)

Researchers in SRI's Center for Neuroscience are searching for a biomarker that could help diagnose neurodegenerative diseases years before symptoms appear and brain damage is already extensive.

Louise Yarnall Feb 28, 2013 Comments (9)

Discussion thread for Feb. 25 webinar, Engaging Industry and Students in Workforce Education Partnerships.

Pages

Michael Melle Aug 7, 2013 Comments (7)

Do you know that drones, also called unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), have practical applications that have nothing to do with weapons or espionage? No? Here are a few to consider.

Rajeev Vaidyanathan Dec 5, 2012 Comments (29)

Bed bugs share our beds, feed on our blood at night, and they disappear by dawn, often leaving nothing more than a raised welt on our skin, a token of last night’s encounter. Why is it so hard to...

Jeremy Roschelle Mar 12, 2013 Comments (0)

Findings show that technology can increase students’ understanding of math concepts, but only as part of a more comprehensive learning approach—one that also includes curricular content and teacher...

Ophelia Yeung Nov 20, 2013 Comments (0)

There's a growing movement for travel to include healthy activities and options. SRI International, working with the Global Spa and Wellness Summit, has for the first time conducted an extensive...

Rajeev Vaidyanathan Jul 19, 2012 Comments (13)

Bed bug bites can cause adverse reactions such as rashes, lesions, allergies, and psychological distress, and the pests most significantly impact the most vulnerable in our society.

Joseph Rogers Feb 8, 2013 Comments (0)

SRI is taking an innovative approach that recognizes and attempts to address the emerging concept that Alzheimer’s could be a syndrome, with multiple causes and incestuously-interlocked effects.

Pages