SRI hosted the first national symposium on air pollution in Pasadena, California in 1949.
History of innovation
Innovative rods help protect aircraft from potentially dangerous levels of static electricity.
SRI helps develop technology for faster release of new color prints–and wins an Oscar for its role.
A better way to look at eye surgery.
Virtually indestructible computer circuitry.
Drug originally intended to fight cancer discovered effective against herpes simplex and varicella zoster viruses.
The world’s first space-based meteorology satellite.
Optical recording paves the way for first video disk recording/playback system.
First laboratory in North America devoted to studying the behavior and physiology of sea mammals.
Treatment for drug-resistant malaria saves countless lives.
Follow what people are looking at to see solutions clearer.
Vital technology still found in most of the world’s electronic circuitry.
Your Mouse. Our “X-Y Position Indicator for a Display System.” Thankfully Mouse won out.
Assessment of federal efforts to reduce poverty leads to groundbreaking research methodology.
Revolutionary cathode led to today’s “instant-on” flat-panel computers and televisions.