Advanced science. Applied technology.
|04/12/2007|| Southwest Research Institute creates a laboratory at a flood-carved gorge in Central Texas for industry geologists to study limestone oil reservoirs|
Multi-year project to study the geology and stratigraphy of the Hidden Valley Fault
|04/02/2007|| SwRI's Westbrook wins award of merit, named ASTM Fellow|
SwRI scientist honored for distinguished service
|03/19/2007|| SwRI's Fritz named ASME Fellow|
SwRI manager of the Medium Speed Diesel Engine Section was cited for diesel locomotive exhaust emissions characterization and control strategies work
|03/01/2007|| Underwater probe to explore Earth and possibly Jupiter's moon|
SwRI scientists are part of a NASA-funded team developing DEPTHX, an autonomous underwater probe
|02/15/2007|| New chief marketing representative for SwRI liaison office in Beijing|
Robert W. Burrahm begins three-year assignment as chief representative for SwRI in Beijing
|02/07/2007|| New Horizons' SWAP instrument observes solar wind interactions before Jupiter encounter, prepares for revealing science mission|
New data may answer some questions about solar wind and Jupiter’s magnetosphere
|01/22/2007|| Silvus awarded EDFAS' inaugural Lifetime Achievement Recognition|
SwRI engineer first society member to receive honor
|01/10/2007|| SwRI proposal for Mars Scout orbiter mission selected for study by NASA|
The Great Escape is one of two finalists
|07/19/2006|| SwRI wins R&D 100 Award for MsS® Heat Exchanger Probe|
A device that uses guided wave technology to inspect heat exchanger tubes has received a 2006 R&D 100 Award.
|08/23/2004|| SwRI wins R&D 100 Award for vehicle simulation software|
A software program that allows engineers to model and simulate vehicle powertrains has received a 2004 R&D 100 award.
|08/23/2004|| SwRI wins award for 3-D measurement tool|
Engineers at have earned national recognition for inventing a system that provides precise, three-dimensional measurement of surfaces without contacting the object being measured.
|11/19/2002|| SwRI develops vehicle component simulation equipment|
Engineers at have developed a test apparatus capable of simulating vehicle powertrain operations in the laboratory.