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First autonomous motorcycle-riding humanoid robot
Identification of rare neurons may help treat sleep disorders and understand memory.
Apple acquired our spin-off and the iPhone got Siri.
Our AMISR ushered in relocatable radar to read atmospheric events, rain, sleet or tsunami.
“Hey, Siri. Did you really start as cogintive decision making software?”
The first national evaluation of public charter schools
Robots coordinate, communicate and create milestones at the same time.
First observation provides new insight into Earth’s closest neighbor.
Artificial Muscle made easy work of heavy lifting.
FDA approves treatment for cutaneous T-cell lymphoma.
Patented process decomposes hazardous wastes to undetectable amounts.
Speech recognition technology translates to multiple successful spin-offs.
Less invasive surgery. Steadier hands. More happy patients.
VPNs let people connect to work from home. Sorry it’s been so successful.
Those in-game ads on TV that made you wonder, “How’d they do that?” We did that.
We help develop and standardize HDTV technology–and win an Emmy for our contributions.
Pioneering study improves U.S. education for students with disabilities
The first commercially available all-solid-state broadcast camera delivers clearer, sharper images than ever before.
SRI methods help develop EPA testing still used today.
Algorithm becomes widely referenced paradigm for computer vision.
Image processing system makes it possible to manipulate 3D object models overlaid on imagery.
Today’s internet was born in a 1970’s van.
Develop a redundant flight control system that Langley would approve. We made that fly.
The world’s first blue light-emitting diode (LED) lays the foundations for Blu-Ray.
Access to all your money, in all its iterations, in one place.
The first instrumented training system takes flight.
One of the first computer-based expert systems aids geologists in mineral exploration.
SRI develops prototype for world’s first digital fax machine.
We applied hard methods to software development.
From a simple network information hub to the first ever “dot com.”
We helped invent ARPANET. You may know it as The Internet.
Your Mouse. Our “X-Y Position Indicator for a Display System.” Thankfully Mouse won out.
SRI scientists made vast improvements to the acoustically coupled modem, which had been invented elsewhere in the early 1960s.
Our robot was so self-aware we almost didn’t tell him his name was Shakey.
Vital technology still found in most of the world’s electronic circuitry
Follow what people are looking at to see solutions clearer.
How they know your online you is really you.
Optical recording paves the way for first video disk recording/playback system.
From 1962 to 1964, SRI led development of a real-time communications system for the Scandinavian Airline System (SAS) to process passenger reservations and check-in.
World’s first space-based meteorology satellite
Drug originally intended to fight cancer discovered effective against herpes simplex and varicella zoster viruses.
Virtually indestructible computer circuitry
A better way to look at eye surgery.
Innovative rods help protect aircraft from potentially dangerous levels of static electricity.
As early as 1955, we saw a viable energy source. And a few dozen patents.
How Mickey Mouse found the location for his first house.
Easier money counting led to easier money making.
RCA Laboratories (now part of SRI) brings television to full-color life.
Healthier air for L.A. and the world
Revolutionary microscope improved magnification by 10,000 times.
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