Fiona Baker of SRI’s Human Sleep Lab discusses how good sleep patterns are critical for brain development in our early years.
SRI seeks to learn how insects speak through smells
Understanding chemical communication among insects could help find new ways to protect crops or ward off biting insects that can transmit diseases.
SRI’s radioactive contamination treatment is now in its first-in-human trial
The work, conducted by a multi-talented team of scientists, will provide critical data to help establish the safety of HOPO 14-1.
SRI researchers seek to produce food with just air, water, and electricity
Food from Air for Distributed Meals (FADR) seeks to produce nutritious food on-demand, aiding disaster relief efforts and military operations.
Kathlynn Brown: Creating real impact through your work
A recognized leader in life sciences, SRI Bioscience’s first female president says passion and hard work are crucial in tackling difficult scientific challenges.
SRI scientists are developing therapeutics to help fight the next pandemic
The institute received a four-year, $4.95 million award from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Scientists at SRI International have developed a peptide that targets lung tumors and delivers therapeutics inside the cells
The newly optimized molecular vehicle provides effective, targeted delivery of anticancer agents to lung tumors.
Women participants needed for NIH funded research study on memory and sleep
We are looking for healthy women ages 18-35 to participate in an NIH funded research study that aims to explore the impact of sex hormones on memory and sleep. To be eligible, subjects cannot be taking hormonal birth control. Are you interested? Take this confidential survey to find out if you are eligible for the […]
Ovid adds BioCyc Pathway/Genome Databases to support genomic researchers
To increase researchers’ access to comprehensive data, Wolters Kluwer expanded Ovid® with SRI’s BioCyc™