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SRI shows the benefits of shrinking tech

Road Trip at Home: The technology R&D institution is applying Moore's Law to robots that disarm bombs remotely and tiny satellites that create a mesh network in the sky.

By May 5, 2011


At SRI, bomb-disabling robots go mini (photos)

Road Trip at Home: At SRI International, miniaturization is key, including remote robots for disarming bombs, and tiny satellites.

8 Images By May 5, 2011


At SRI, developing an expertise in R&D, innovation

Road Trip at Home: It might not be as well known as PARC, but SRI, in the heart of Silicon Valley, has spun off about 50 new ventures and is at the heart of some of the greatest innovations in technology history.

By October 26, 2010


At SRI, wall-climbing robots and much more (photos)

Road Trip at Home: For more than six decades, SRI has been a Silicon Valley leader at turning research into successful ventures.

23 Images By October 26, 2010


New species of giant tarantula is as big as your face

A new species of giant venomous tarantula has been discovered in the north of Sri Lanka.

By April 9, 2013


A computer that knows what you're thinking

Imagine a computer that can tell your next move. That's exactly what scientists at SRI Labs have developed in Menlo Park, Calif. CNET's Sumi Das visits the lab to give you a peek at the technology.

By December 6, 2012


Translating math problems into the real world (video)

SRI researcher Phil Vahey finds that visualization techniques and storytelling can help middle-school students struggling with math. SmartPlanet gets a tutorial.

By May 24, 2012


Anonymous claims DNS attacks against Symantec, Apple, Microsoft

Anonymous Sri Lanka says that it breached the DNS servers of several major companies, including Symantec, Apple, Facebook, Skype, and Cisco.

By August 31, 2011


Sticky robot scales walls

SRI International reveals, wall-climbing, electroadhesive robot.

By May 22, 2008


Can renewable energy make a dent in fossil fuels?

SRI researchers have examined how much fossil fuel the world consumes and the state of the renewable energy market. The conclusion? It's ugly.

By April 25, 2008