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Honey Creek Cave, near San Antonio, was the test site for a remote neutrally buoyant sensor designed to map submerged caves and channels.

Technology Today Summer 2010

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Groundwater Voyager

An SwRI-developed miniature robot sensor creates a map of submerged caves and channels.


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From CO2 to H2O

SwRI compressor technology helps NASA produce water in space.


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Clean and Cool

Cooled EGR improves fuel economy and emissions in gasoline engines.


Technics

Technical Staff Activities

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