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Press Releases

09/29/2010 SwRI researchers develop novel compression devices for CO2 sequestration

SwRI engineers have developed a high-pressure turbo pump and an enhanced compressor design for sequestration of carbon dioxide emissions

09/24/2010 SwRI-developed test rig successfully tests two-stage compressor under wet gas condition

SwRI designs and builds rig for testing compressor performance under wet gas conditions

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

Award is part of Batteries for Advanced Transportation Technologies Program

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

SwRI-developed remote neutrally buoyant sensor that maps caves and underground conduits wins R&D 100 Award

07/02/2010 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

Technology uses cooled EGR and advanced ignition systems to suppress low-speed pre-ignition

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

Program will identify small-molecule compounds

06/10/2010 Many famous comets originally formed in other solar systems

The Sun is believed to have captured these bodies from other stars

05/12/2010 Low-profile direction finding antenna set for ground vehicles

SwRI designed antenna locates signals on the move

05/05/2010 SwRI researchers design and build gas bearing test rig

Engineers have developed a 60,000 rpm test rig to evaluate the rotordynamic stability of gas bearings

05/03/2010 SwRI joins Commercial Spaceflight Federation

Initiative aims to build capabilities for placing scientists in suborbital space