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Press Releases

10/28/2021 SwRI scientist outlines first 3D view of Jupiter’s atmosphere

NASA’s Jovian orbiter lends deeper understanding of what happens below the gas giant’s striking clouds.

10/26/2021 SwRI Eco-Mobility with Connected Powertrains research wins R&D 100 award

New technology lowers energy consumption by optimizing power management, automated driving

10/25/2021 SwRI novel software tool wins R&D 100 award

Floodlight™ software processes data to find known, unknown elements in range of products, materials

10/25/2021 SwRI wins R&D 100 Award for Catalyzed Diesel Exhaust Fluid technology

Cat-DEF™ solution helps manufacturers meet new emissions requirements

10/22/2021 SwRI wins three R&D 100 Awards

Institute-developed technologies recognized as among most significant innovations of 2021

10/21/2021 SwRI-led team produces a new Earth bombardment model

New model applied to understand how oxygen levels in Earth’s atmosphere evolved

10/18/2021 SwRI scientists curate special exoplanet issue of Elements Magazine

Special issue aims to expand interdisciplinary study of exoplanets

10/14/2021 SwRI expands hydrogen valve performance, safety testing capabilities

SwRI will showcase hydrogen valve, flow component testing at Valve World Americas Expo & Conference 2021

10/13/2021 SwRI expands valve testing capabilities to aid carbon capture, storage

Flow Component Testing Facilities at Institute replicate intense gas events for subsurface safety valve evaluations

10/12/2021 NASA’s Lucy spacecraft poised to launch Oct. 16

SwRI’s Levison, Olkin lead the mission to Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids

10/12/2021 SwRI awarded up to $78.8 million to help protect military aircraft, crews

10-year IDIQ award aims to address challenges in electronic warfare

10/06/2021 SwRI awarded GSA ASTRO contracts to provide technical services to U.S. government clients

Institute will provide manned, unmanned, optionally manned vehicle research, support

10/06/2021 Study demonstrates lunar composition mapping capabilities of SwRI-created space instrument

Graduate of SwRI-UTSA program shows how to best determine lunar surface mineralogical composition with far-UV spectroscopy

10/05/2021 SwRI engineers help develop cleaner-burning diesel fuels

Modified fuel helps lower exhaust emissions to overcome soot, nitrogen oxide reduction trade-off

10/04/2021 SwRI scientists confirm decrease in Pluto’s atmospheric density

As it moves away from the Sun, Pluto’s atmosphere has begun to “freeze out” onto its surface