Advanced science. Applied technology.
Magnetospheric Multiscale Spacecraft Poised for Launch
MMS mission to study a universal force of nature: magnetic reconnection
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.
SwRI’s Walker named Fellow of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Walker to be formally recognized May 6 at AIAA Aerospace Spotlight Awards Gala
Southwest Research Institute wins $20 million EPA contract for emissions testing, analytical services
SwRI to evaluate vehicles, fuels and additives to ensure regulatory and safety requirements
SwRI directors, trustees get technical briefings at 67th Annual Trustees Meeting
Six cutting-edge science, technology projects highlighted
Rosetta data reveals more surprises about comet 67P
Coma composition varies significantly over time
SwRI scientists develop solar observatory for use on suborbital manned space missions
SSIPP will be on exhibit at AGU fall meeting
NASA'S New Horizons spacecraft set to wake up for Pluto encounter
New Horizons will awaken from hibernation for the last time this December
SwRI-led team telescope effort reveals asteroid’s size for the first time
Scientists also discover Patroclus-Menoetius asteroid has a non-spherical shape
Citizen scientists help SwRI researchers perform astronomy research
$1 million grant to fund citizen astronomers in rural communities of Western U.S.