Thursday Apr 10
Exclusive: SwRI Dedicated-EGR concept improves fuel economy by 15 percent
We've often heard that hitting higher fuel economy targets will need not a silver bullet but something more like silver buckshot.
Regolith of small asteroids formed by thermal fatigue
The centimeter-sized fragments and smaller particles that make up the regolith -- the layer of loose, unconsolidated rock and dust -- of small asteroids is formed by temperature cycling that breaks down rock in a process called thermal fatigue, according to a new article.
Southwest Research Institute will get more time to develop cyanide antidote
Southwest Research Institute will continue its work on the development of a first-line treatment system for cyanide poisoning using an intranasal formulation of isoamyl nitrite.
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Research range successfully fires rocket
The University of Alaska Fairbanks says the rocket blasted off at 2:09 a.m. Monday and reached 200 miles above the village of Venetie.
Scientists may have discovered evidence of fresh water on Mars
Scientists with Southwest Research Institute and the SETI Institute think that the dark, mysterious finger-like features on the Martian slopes may be a sign that fresh water may flow on Mars just below the surface during the summer months.