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Christopher HarrisChristopher Harris Jun 25, 2014

SRI researchers found that when curriculum materials explicitly support the features and practices called for within the new science standards, teachers can implement the standards, and students learn more.

Ximena DominguezXimena Dominguez Aug 16, 2016

Evaluating and Understanding STEM Teaching and Learning in Early Childhood

Robert MurphyRobert Murphy Mar 7, 2014

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funded SRI International to study the implementation of Khan Academy in a diverse set of schools and classrooms. By studying the implementation process at these schools, researchers gained insights into how teachers are using Khan Academy's resources.

Kathleen HebbelerKathleen Hebbeler May 27, 2015

The findings of our recently completed study show that there is a lot of room for improvement.

William MarkWilliam Mark Feb 16, 2017

The Shakey robot, built at SRI International in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, was the world’s first mobile robot to perceive its environment, figure out how to execute goals given by the user, and then perform actions. Artificial intelligence (AI) researchers today are still working on these...

Mitchell McLarenMitchell McLaren Aug 26, 2016

Our world is becoming increasingly mobile. People rely on their mobile devices not only for communication, but for applications from commerce, to home automation and security, to banking, to entertainment, just to name a few. Coupled with today’s expanding environment of web-connected “smart”...

Feb 28, 2013

Over the years, findings from Arecibo have contributed to better understanding of the earth’s atmosphere, the moon, asteroids, other planets, exotic stars, our galaxy, and the large-scale galactic structure of the universe.

Jon C. Mirsalis Sep 13, 2012

Traditional pharmaceutical companies simply can’t afford to spend the $1 billion or more it takes to bring a drug all the way to market when the affected population is too poor to buy the drugs, or too small to make a dent in the investment. Organizations like SRI fill the gap.

Ajay Divakaran Ajay Divakaran Jun 5, 2014

Our recent work in food recognition uses vision technology to record and quantify food items to help people make more informed eating decisions.

Robert MurphyRobert Murphy Jun 8, 2017

Can Digital Learning Technologies Help Address the Needs of Low-Skilled Adults?