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Press Releases

09/24/2010 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.

09/02/2010 SwRI energetic particle instruments selected for Solar Probe Plus mission

Mission marks first journey into Sun's outer atmosphere

09/01/2010 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.

08/18/2010 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

08/17/2010 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

08/16/2010 IBEX mapping mission yields intriguing new studies about solar system, lively debate among researchers

Science mission now extends into multiple research studies

07/21/2010 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.

07/12/2018 MAICE Station™ crowd modeling and analysis platform available for licensing

Program offers unique individual and crowd behavior analysis capabilities

06/28/2010 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

06/16/2010 SwRI receives $1.89 million for chemical weapon antidote development

Program will identify small-molecule compounds