Advanced science. Applied technology.
SwRI-developed test rig successfully tests two-stage compressor under wet gas condition
September 24, 2010 — Engineers in Southwest Research Institute's® (SwRI®) Mechanical Engineering Division have successfully tested a two-stage centrifugal compressor for offshore production.
SwRI energetic particle instruments selected for Solar Probe Plus mission
Mission marks first journey into Sun's outer atmosphere
SwRI to receive $1.2 million to develop advanced anode materials for lithium-ion batteries
Sept. 1, 2010 – Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI®) has been selected by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to receive an award of $1.2 million to develop advanced anode materials for lithium-ion batteries.
SwRI’s Fanick named Fellow of American Chemical Society
E. Robert Fanick is one of 192 scientists named to the 2010 class of ACS Fellows
SwRI's Buckingham earns 2010 ASA Founders Award
Staff Analyst Janet P. Buckingham is one of three recipients of the American Statistical Association's 2010 Founders Award
IBEX mapping mission yields intriguing new studies about solar system, lively debate among researchers
Science mission now extends into multiple research studies
Underwater cave-mapping sensor wins technology award
Sensor technology developed to remotely characterize the path, dimensions and morphology of caves and other underground conduits and cavities has received a 2010 R&D 100 Award.
MAICE Station™ crowd modeling and analysis platform available for licensing
Program offers unique individual and crowd behavior analysis capabilities
SwRI's HEDGE® technology eliminates low-speed pre-ignition in highly boosted engines
June 28, 2010 — Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI®)has successfully demonstrated that its HEDGE (High-Efficiency, Dilute Gasoline Engine) technology, using cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) and advanced ignition systems, suppresses low-speed pre-ignition in turbocharged gasoline direct-inj
SwRI receives $1.89 million for chemical weapon antidote development
Program will identify small-molecule compounds