SwRI News Releases

Particle sensor consortium’s new phase aims at California’s emissions deadlines
Particle Sensor Performance and Durability II (PSPD-II) consortium plans future research
[Thursday, May 14, 2015]

Ward elected to National Academy of Sciences
NAS membership one of the highest honors awarded to U.S. scientists or engineers
[Wednesday, May 13, 2015]

NASA funds SwRI instrument to date Moon and Mars rocks
CODEX device will allow unmanned rovers to determine the age of rocks, search for clues to life in the solar system
[Tuesday, May 12, 2015]

SwRI reveals the first “images” of thunder
Scientists developed a large, sophisticated array of microphones to study the acoustic signature of thunder
[Tuesday, May 05, 2015]

SwRI-led team studies meteorites from asteroids to date Moon-forming impact
Debris from the Moon-forming impact blasted main belt asteroids long ago, but left behind traces of what happened
[Thursday, April 16, 2015]

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