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Keith R. Laderoute Jun 27, 2012

Recent work in SRI's Cancer Biology Program indicates that an enzyme that regulates ATP - the cell’s fuel sensor - could hold a key to suppressing some aggressive tumors.

Norman Winarsky Jun 27, 2012

Learn why has SRI had such excellent success in launching new ventures and licensing its technologies.

William Mark Jun 29, 2012

Lola, a new Virtual Personal Assistant for Banking integrates human-like interaction into the user experience.

Aug 22, 2012

Energy supply is perhaps the largest global problem facing us today. In the first of a three-series blog, we will look at the magnitude of the problem and the many nuances to the solutions.

Sep 5, 2012

Why do the world's best and brightest organizations around the world partner with SRI to advance their goals?

Jon C. Mirsalis Sep 13, 2012

Traditional pharmaceutical companies simply can’t afford to spend the $1 billion or more it takes to bring a drug all the way to market when the affected population is too poor to buy the drugs, or too small to make a dent in the investment. Organizations like SRI fill the gap.

Nov 6, 2012

No matter who wins the U.S. presidency, our energy problems will continue to be a prominent but unfortunately neglected issue.

Raymond McGhee Nov 7, 2012

According to a recent report by the President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, more than three million job openings in the U.S. go unfilled for months on end because most employers say they’re having difficulty finding and hiring qualified STEM workers. Let’s take a closer look.

Xin Wei Nov 15, 2012

There’s a common perception that people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) are more likely than the general population to gravitate toward science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. It turns out the perception is true.

Norman Winarsky Dec 10, 2012

On December 9, 1968, Doug Engelbart and his SRI team forever changed computing as we know it.