SRI provided much-needed objective economic and industry analysis as a platform for Nevada to formulate a new path toward economic regrowth and revival.
SRI's analyses and recommendations have bolstered support for a nearly $1 billion program extension.
A talented, trained workforce is necessary for competitive advantage. Increasing the supply of high-quality human resources is central to building competitive industry clusters and sustainable economic growth. Improving employee skills improves company competitiveness.
SRI’s analysis suggests that the CMG program significantly increased the interdisciplinarity of geoscientists and mathematical scientists it has supported.
SRI and partners are researching partnership models, approaches to instruction, tools, and a framework to inform future research into the mechanisms that lead to a learning college culture.
SRI prepared success strategies for a new research and development park in China.
In 2009, Virginia Governor Tim Kaine acted upon SRI recommendations to make strategic investments to nurture statewide innovation, entrepreneurship, and commercialization of up-and-coming technologies.
SRI measured the impacts of industry and academic collaborations aimed at strengthening U.S. competitiveness in engineering research.
For the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, SRI is conducting an evaluation of EdReady, an online instructional system that assesses math readiness and tailors instruction based on students’ individual needs.
Using a proprietary NIE assessment technique, SRI mapped the main pillars, frameworks, drivers and institutions underpinning Oman’s innovation capacity.
SRI conceptualized and designed the main features and structures of a new national program to nurture Saudi Arabia's next generation of world-class researchers, educators, and innovators in science and technology.
SRI developed a national strategy for Saudi Arabia's long-term science and technology plan.
SRI created a comprehensive approach and marketing strategy for target clusters in key economic growth areas.
In a program organized by SRI, senior government officials met to discuss and learn ways to collaborate internationally on areas of strategic importance in science and technology.
If K-12 teachers had their own budgets for purchasing digital courseware, what changes would occur in the educational technology marketplace?
SRI has developed comprehensive analyses of the global wellness industry.
In a report for the Nevada State Legislature, SRI evaluated how U.S. states fund higher education and compared them to Nevada's funding approaches.
To determine the optimal focus for the new university, SRI assessed the technology and educational needs and resources of the Kingdom's industry and society.
SRI’s in-depth and tailored approach for country analysis allowed ANZSOG to efficiently assess opportunities for international program expansion.