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Press Releases

06/24/2008 SwRI receives $1.3 million grant for chemical weapon antidote development

Antidote formulations will use intramuscular injection

05/21/2008 SwRI initiates diesel emissions accelerated aging cycle consortium

Cooperative research program begins in June

05/09/2008 SwRI's Redfield named IEEE Region V Member of the Year

Joe Redfield selected from field of more than 55,000 members

04/25/2008 SwRI earns state VFW Employer of the Year Award

SwRI recognized for outstanding policies, practices with veterans

04/15/2008 SwRI benchmarking program evaluates four 2007 model year diesel engines

Program saves manufacturers time, money in evaluations

04/08/2008 SwRI software group earns Level 5 Capability Maturity Model Integration rating

Model Integration rating Level 5 marks highest rating for systems, software process improvement

04/02/2008 SwRI's Young named Fellow of American Geophysical Union

Dr. David T. Young recognized for his innovative work in space sciences

04/01/2008 SwRI expands international collaboration on autonomous vehicle technology

Collaboration to enhance field of road automation

03/26/2008 Cassini tastes organic material at Saturn's geyser moon

Materials have surprising composition

02/21/2008 SwRI, TMAC offer "Lean Office" course March 10-12

Three day course provides techniques for managers, supervisors and administrators

02/15/2008 SwRI hosts conference on "Export and Licensing Requirements for Space-Based Programs" 2006 Nobel Prize winner Dr. John Mather is keynote speaker

National conference provides comprehensive export control information

02/13/2008 SwRI awarded $15.6 million contract for Newport facility

SwRI will perform laboratory operations at the disposal facility

02/13/2008 Real-time space radiation forecasting in place

SwRI research scientist developed new method for predicting approach, intensity of hazardous particles from solar events

01/11/2008 SwRI earns Lockheed Martin STAR Supplier Award

SwRI earns Lockheed Martin STAR Supplier Award SwRI's quality, performance recognized for A-10 Prime Contract 

11/30/2007 NASA approves space mission to unlock the secrets of magnetic reconnection

NASA has stepped up to the challenge of an NRC study by defining a four-spacecraft constellation that will probe known magnetic reconnection sites with the highest-resolution charged particle, electric field and magnetic field measurements yet performed in space.