Advanced science. Applied technology.
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
New chief marketing representative for SwRI liaison office in Beijing
Robert W. Burrahm begins three-year assignment as chief representative for SwRI in Beijing
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
Silvus awarded EDFAS' inaugural Lifetime Achievement Recognition
SwRI engineer first society member to receive honor
SwRI proposal for Mars Scout orbiter mission selected for study by NASA
The Great Escape is one of two finalists
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.
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.
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.
SwRI develops vehicle component simulation equipment
Engineers at have developed a test apparatus capable of simulating vehicle powertrain operations in the laboratory.