We create and deliver world-changing solutions for a safer, healthier, and more sustainable future.
A global leader in R&D with deep roots in Silicon Valley, SRI is an independent nonprofit research institute with a rich history of supporting government and industry. For almost 80 years, we have collaborated across technical and scientific disciplines to discover and develop groundbreaking products and technologies and bring innovations and ideas to the marketplace.
The innovative new brand marks more than 75 years of world-changing technologies, services, and ideas.
An intelligent anonymization system for individualized education programs (IEPs) could support best practices in special education.
A new sorbent could remove CO2 from ambient air better than other known materials and has the potential to lower the cost of carbon capture.
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At SRI, we’re always leaning toward the future — to the possibilities ahead — to bring to the world the next generation of technologies, services, and ideas.
We’re blazing new trails every day in quantum, AI, human-machine collaboration, precision medicine, education, sustainability, and much more.
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We take on the most difficult scientific challenges — and deliver. From our two locations in the heart of Silicon Valley, plus our offices and labs throughout the U.S. and Tokyo, we collaborate closely with government and commercial customers to meet their precise needs and specifications — and to come up with solutions they may have never dreamed possible.
Our legacy of innovation
Since our founding in 1946, SRI has invented and made meaningful contributions to innovations that touch every one of our lives, every day. Explore how these technologies, services, and ideas have created new industries, billions of dollars in market value, and lasting benefits to society.
Meet our people
Our 1,600 scientists, researchers, and professional staff come from more than 70 countries and are driven by our desire to have global impact. Learn more about how we work together to solve some of the world’s most complex challenges.