Advanced science. Applied technology.
CYGNSS satellites win AIAA SmallSat Mission of the Year
CYGNSS satellites gathering unprecedented hurricane data
Oldest known asteroid family identified
PUNCH mission to study Sun’s outer corona
SwRI scientists observing August eclipse along the path of totality
SwRI is engineering attack pod components in support of the U.S. Air Force
New facility supports fluid dynamics R&D of flow components
New SwRI inspection technology examines HDD pipeline coatings
Supporting food safety, pharmaceutical discovery, and biomedical device development
Offering chemical, fire and material testing and research for safety and product performance
Solving complex science and engineering problems with advanced computer tools and innovative electronics
Developing solutions for homeland security, advanced aerospace systems, ballistics, and more
Advancing science and engineering, from earth's geology to missions exploring the solar system
Fueling innovation with new technology for oil and gas, renewables, and nuclear energy
Advancing industry with innovative robotics, processes, and product assurance
Serving all aspects of transportation — vehicle, component, and fluid
SwRI-built eight-satellite system studies how tropical storms intensify
Eight-satellite system measures surface wind speeds to study how tropical storms intensify
Prize honors Italian planetary scientist, Paolo Farinella
Discoveries include a void in the main belt and the oldest family of asteroids
Lauded for work promoting equal opportunity, affirmative action
PUNCH to investigate how the solar corona contributes to the solar wind
Award recognizes service, dedicated commitment to property/asset management
High-altitude observations from twin aircraft improve data quality, extend the data collection window
Organization researches and preserves caves and groundwater formations
Visit Southwest Research Institute at Valve World 2017 - Booth 3
SwRI is hosting an Introduction to Propulsion Simulation Using NPSS short course.
SwRI will be exhibiting at the Texas Groundwater Summit.
SwRI is hosting a webinar titled Transient Surge Analysis: When Do You Need a Hot Gas Bypass Line (Fast Stop Valve).
SwRI will be exhibiting at the Specialty & Agro Chemicals America, Booth No. L-28.
SwRI will be exhibiting at the IASH Symposium.
SwRI is hosting a Gas Turbine Performance and Introduction to Propulsion Simulation Using NPSS® one-week short course.
SwRI will be exhibiting at the 46th Turbomachinery Symposium & 33rd International Pump Users, Booth No. 2726.
SwRI will be exhibiting at the AUTOTESTCON Conference, Booth No. 628.
SwRI will be exhibiting at the ASGMT, Booth No. 117.
SwRI will be exhibiting at the ITS Georgia Annual Meeting, Booth No. not assigned.