The latest news and stories from SRI International
Leslie Lamarche: Using data to analyze the geospace environment
A research engineer at SRI’s Center for Geospace Studies says it’s essential to engage with researchers from other disciplines.
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.
An SRI technology helps people with Duchenne muscular dystrophy and spinal muscular atrophy maintain the use of their arms
The Duchenne UK charity will utilize SRI’s twisted string actuator technology in their wearable SMART suit.
SRI welcomes Ellen Ochoa to the board of directors
Ochoa is a former astronaut, former Director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center, and until May 2022, chair of the National Science Board.
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.
SRI International appoints Kathlynn Brown to Biosciences Division President
The SRI International veteran to expand leadership for the innovations needed to cure diseases and improve people’s health.
SRI researchers are working to build the knowledge management technology of the future
Funded by a $10.8 million Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contract, the initiative aims to transform how organizations store and manage data.
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 […]
SRI International celebrates global recognition of Bioinformatics Research Group and its BioCyc and Pathway Tools collection
SRI’s BioCyc and Pathway Tools publication contributors named to 2022 Highly Cited Researchers List; EcoCyc selected as Global Core Biodata Resource.
SRI’s Center for Vision Technologies is working to make social media more civil
With funding from DARPA, researchers are building an AI technology designed to work alongside humans to promote more prosocial online behavior.
SRI’s FHE accelerator design strengthens security of outsourced data processing
Closing the gap between privacy and computation time.
AI project makes Dundee team the last word in protecting online identities
SRI leads a project consortium to develop software capable of detecting and disguising trademark linguistic patterns used by individuals online.
Modeling ionospheric scintillation to improve future satellite communication
How SRI is helping to understand the Earth’s upper atmosphere.
Will job sites ever become fully autonomous?
SRI’s “robotification kit” works to make job sites safer and more productive.
What is a social robot?
Built In discusses social robots and AI, featuring insights from SRI Robotics’ Alexander Kernbaum.
History of AI in 33 breakthroughs: The first AI-driven robot
Forbes features Shakey, the first AI robot and highlights its “legendary status”.
Menopause goes high tech: Understanding your menopause journey by leveraging AI and wearable sensing technology
SRI spinout Lisa Health tackles the menopause gap with AI, digital therapeutics and a new app.
Elon Musk’s half-baked robot is a clunky first step
Alexander Kernbaum, interim director of SRI Robotics, comments on the practicality of legs for robots.
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