SwRI News Releases

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]

SwRI awarded second consecutive Seal of Distinction
SwRI receives its second Seal of Distinction at the WorldatWork AWLP 2015 Future of Work Forum
[Wednesday, March 18, 2015]

SwRI-led researchers study methane-rich plumes from Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus
Methane produced by hydrothermal processes at rock-water boundary
[Thursday, March 12, 2015]

Magnetospheric Multiscale Spacecraft Poised for Launch
MMS mission to study a universal force of nature: magnetic reconnection
[Tuesday, March 10, 2015]

SwRI receives $9.9 million from U.S. DOE to improve solar plant efficiency
SwRI will lead a team of industry collaborators to develop a high-efficiency supercritical CO2 hot gas turbo-expander and compact heat exchangers for concentrating solar power plants.
[Tuesday, March 03, 2015]

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