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Press Releases

07/24/2018 SwRI Engineer Recognized as UT Austin Mechanical Engineering Distinguished Alumnus

Powertrain Engineering director honored for his career and accomplishments

07/18/2018 SwRI-led team creates high-fidelity images of Sun’s atmosphere

Solar corona is more structured, dynamic than previously thought

07/17/2018 SwRI opens Energy Storage Technology Center

Facility expands diverse battery testing, energy storage capabilities

06/28/2018 SwRI receives grant to reduce the cost of current malaria treatment

Institute explores novel two-step chemical approach

06/27/2018 SwRI scientists find evidence of complex organic molecules from Enceladus

Discovery indicates Saturn’s moon meets critical requirements for life

06/11/2018 SwRI to manage payload, payload systems engineering for IMAP mission

SwRI technology selected for NASA mission to map solar system boundary

06/05/2018 SwRI announces new connected vehicle test tools at ITS America Annual Meeting 2018

Tools test CV device performance for V2V communications

05/31/2018 SwRI develops superhydrophobic coating, process for subsea pipelines

Technology aimed at preventing adhesion of hydrates, other deposits

05/23/2018 SwRI scientists introduce cosmochemical model for Pluto formation

New Horizons, Rosetta data fusion points to new theory

05/22/2018 SwRI receives $1.2 million from DOE to advance turbine technology

Projects will address efficiency, power and environmental performance

05/21/2018 SwRI announces 2018 International Human Performance Summit

Sports scientists to discuss research applications for elite sports, military programs

05/09/2018 SwRI joins Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute consortium

Collaboration will focus on tissue engineering, manufacturing

05/08/2018 SwRI developing flameless oxy-combustion technology for coal-fired plants

Goal is to assess cost, create design for a 50 MW power plant

05/01/2018 SwRI receives NASA contract to test propellant delivery system

Experiment will fly on New Shepard suborbital launch vehicle

04/18/2018 SwRI’s Martian moons model indicates formation following large impact

New models predict that Phobos, Deimos compositions will be similar to Mars but dry