SRI gives rotary transmissions a makeover with a new cycloidal rolling motion that results in very high efficiency at a reasonable cost.
Modifications by SRI enhance function and durability of affordable purification material.
SRI leads development of a modular, mobile radar facility used by research scientists and students from around the world.
Coastal inlets and river mouths create dynamic, unpredictable environmental conditions that make it difficult to plan surface and subsurface ocean operations.
SRI and partners are developing highly dexterous low-cost robotic hands for military applications and other real-world uses.
An SRI-led team is improving a new two-step process for the production of transportation fuels from microalgae.
In a nuclear or radiological incident, first responders must quickly measure the radiation exposure of a large number of individuals, since treatment options are radiation dose-dependent and time-sensitive. SRI is developing a biodosimeter to meet this critical challenge.
SRI's process produces pure hydrogen while capturing carbon dioxide and acid gases.
SRI has developed a green, cost-effective approach to create liquid fuels from existing natural resources.
SRI provides high-fidelity computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis and comprehensive physics-based system multibody dynamics (MBD) modeling
SRI is developing a safe, low-pressure, conformable natural gas tank for light-duty vehicles.
SRI is developing a novel point-of-care tool for the early detection of devastating diseases.
Estimation of River Characteristics from Remote Sensing Data.
SRI’s carbon capture system can make economic sense today at facilities that produce and consume carbon dioxide.
Together with GexCon US, SRI is designing and conducting experiments to improve and validate tools used to minimize the risk of explosions or fires on offshore platforms.
SRI has developed a breakthrough technology for diagnosing and predicting fatigue failure in pipelines, aircraft, bridges, power plants, and other structures using quantitative 3D fractography.
SRI is developing small, highly sensitive arrays for pervasive monitoring of chemical and biological processes in the ocean and other environments.
SRI’s hollow fiber membrane separates hydrogen from carbon dioxide at high temperatures and improves the economics of carbon capture from IGCC plants.
SRI has partnered with Sandia National Laboratories to provide the data necessary to ensure that hydrogen can be used safely as a transportation fuel.
A novel, ultra-compact variable transmission promises to dramatically increase efficiency for robotics systems and allow for safer human-robot interaction.
SRI is developing new technology to reliably control thousands of micro-robots for smart manufacturing of macro-scale products in compact, integrated systems.
For the Department of Energy, SRI and partners studied methane hydrate deposits in the Gulf of Mexico.
To address a critical healthcare need, SRI is partnering to develop medical devices for treating children.
SRI’s mixed salt process uses known solvents in a new way to dramatically improve the economics of carbon capture.
SRI combines data assimilation algorithms with hydrodynamic forecast models for high-resolution forecasts of nearshore oceanographic properties for coastal operations.
SRI is developing a system to manage a person's heating and cooling individually, saving energy by not overheating or overcooling areas within a building where the person is not present.
From raw sample to molecular results in minutes: The Sentinel Nucleic Acid Analysis System offers portable, real-time diagnosis of health conditions.
Disruptions in Earth's ionosphere from solar activity can cause communications blackouts, negatively affecting GPS and radio signals. SRI’s revolutionary small satellites offer a novel way to monitor such conditions.
SRI is developing technologies that could significantly improve tomographic medical imaging for cancer treatment and research.
SRI has developed a novel approach to safely and efficiently render harmless weapons and ammunition that are no longer needed for military use.
SRI International is developing a system that delivers affordable, accurate iris recognition of moving subjects at a distance.
SRI develops graphical user interfaces to help non-expert end users set up high-resolution nested wave and circulation models for ocean forecasting.
To meet an important military challenge, SRI is designing a sensor system that can disappear on command.
SRI is co-developing a system for cooling water discharge ponds at thermoelectric power plants.
Spectral emission studies reveal meteorites’ contribution to airglow.
With SRI as lead integrator, DARPA collaborators demonstrated how a remotely operated trauma pod could deliver emergency first-response treatment in the battlefield to stabilize patients for transport.
SRI International uses virtual gaming environments to research online behavior across cultures.
SRI has developed a novel camera device that can detect unusual or excess vibrations in machinery and aircraft.
SRI is developing a new film to reduce heat loss through single-pane windows.