Advanced science. Applied technology.
|09/15/2011|| SwRI receives $4.4 million contract to develop a drug formulation and delivery system to treat cyanide exposure|
SwRI to develop a nasal-delivery, first-line treatment system to combat cyanide poisoning.
|09/15/2011|| SwRI's Hageman reappointed to Texas Radiation Advisory Board|
Hageman to serve six year term through 2017
|09/08/2011|| SwRI launches International Alternative Fuel Technology Center|
Southwest Research Institute’s new International Alternative Fuel Technology Center will address the growing importance of developing alternative fuels.
|08/31/2011|| SwRI, robot manufacturer sign collaboration agreement|
Collaboration will release an interface for open source ROS software
|08/30/2011|| SwRI selected as payload integrator for three NASA suborbital flight opportunities research providers|
Commercial vehicles expected to provide new opportunities for research and education
|08/24/2011|| SwRI researchers receive $9.9 million in additional funding from the U.S. Department of Energy to further CO2 compression research|
SwRI researchers are designing and testing CO2 compression technologies
|08/18/2011|| New images reveal never-before-seen structures of the solar wind as it travels toward and impacts Earth|
Images show an array of dynamic interactions as solar wind moves across the solar system
|07/29/2011|| Juno spacecraft to Jupiter prepares to launch|
New NASA mission to answer fundamental questions about the gas giant
|07/25/2011|| SwRI suborbital astronaut payload specialists move to flight planning phase, release mission patch|
SwRI suborbital payload specialists beginning flight planning phase of their first spaceflights
|06/22/2011|| SwRI's DCO™ Ignition System tapped for R&D 100 Award|
A novel ignition system for gasoline engines that creates a continuous spark of variable energy and duration has received a 2011 R&D 100 Award.
|06/21/2011|| Southwest Research Institute space-based wireless communications platform selected for DARPA System F6 Program|
Fractionated architecture to provide robust and reconfigurable alternatives to traditional spacecraft designs
|06/05/2011|| New solar system formation models indicate that Jupiter's foray robbed Mars of mass|
Simulations show Mars was starved of formation materials
|06/03/2011|| SwRI to participate in World IPv6 Day|
SwRI will join in World IPv6 Day on June 8 as a field test to ensure a successful transition to the new Internet Protocol as IPv4 addresses run out
|06/02/2011|| UTSA, Southwest Research Institute to collaborate on biomedical research|
Project will focus on establishing the efficacy of new scaffolds for tendon/ligament repair and regeneration
|05/23/2011|| Ward to receive Kuiper Prize in planetary sciences|
Distinction honors lifetime of advancing researchers' understanding of planetary systems