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Press Releases

04/29/2019 SwRI offers live demonstrations, presentations at 2019 Offshore Technology Conference

Presentations focus on testing, technology and the future

04/25/2019 SwRI leaders Hamilton, Stern to be inducted into UT-Austin Academy of Distinguished Alumni

Retiree Abramson also recognized for outstanding achievements

04/09/2019 SwRI’s Burch receives Rice distinguished alumni award

Laureate awards recognize extraordinary achievements, contributions

04/08/2019 SwRI and GE design and operate the highest temperature sCO2 turbine in the world

Powerful, desk-sized 10 MWe industrial turbine operates at 1,300 degrees Fahrenheit to improve electricity production

04/08/2019 SwRI develops robotic machine vision solution for shiny objects

Open-source ROS2 for intelligent parts reconstruction on display at Automate 2019 in Chicago

04/04/2019 SwRI engineers develop novel techniques to trick object detection systems

Project to test and improve deep-learning algorithms for enhanced security

04/02/2019 SwRI to conduct largest-ever Hubble survey of the Kuiper Belt

Scientists study KBOs to better understand solar system formation

04/01/2019 SwRI granted $3.5 million in awards from U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office

Two early-stage research projects will advance solar power technologies

03/20/2019 SwRI to open new corrosion testing facility

Facility focuses on NACE sulfide stress cracking tests

03/19/2019 SwRI-led team discovers surprisingly old surface on near-Earth asteroid

OSIRIS-REx images Bennu to understand formation, composition

03/19/2019 SwRI-led team identifies water-bearing minerals on asteroid Bennu

OSIRIS-REx spectral data consistent with meteorites found on Earth

03/08/2019 SwRI-led LAMP instrument sheds light on lunar water movement

Moon’s dayside water molecules migrate over the course of a day

03/05/2019 SwRI-developed satellites enter second phase of operations

NASA extends CYGNSS hurricane wind monitoring mission

02/28/2019 SwRI-led New Horizons research indicates small objects are surprisingly rare in the Kuiper Belt

Crater counts on Pluto, Charon indicate far fewer objects smaller than 1 mile in diameter than predicted

02/18/2019 SwRI annual meeting features technical presentations

Zachry, Alexander re-elected chair, vice chair