Together with the Chinese Academy of Science, we’ve produced four decades worth of important collaborations, staff exchanges and new innovations.
We’ve built a new home for all of the great news you love that really showcases the breadth and depth of work we do here.
Take a look at the shiny new CSIRO blog. To celebrate our new home, we’ve got our hands on a bunch of tickets for Buzz Aldrin’s upcoming speaking gigs.
Australians are great inventors: as a nation, we’re responsible for more than 100 great inventions, such as fast WiFi, ultrasound for medical imaging and the Cochlear implant. But of those, only one has built a great domestic tech company. This is our innovation dilemma.
If you’re a parent, how important is it to you that your child have an inquisitive mind? A mind that has a thirst for challenge. We think it’s crucial kids are nurtured to question and discover and problem-solve. They can do this at school through science, engineering, tech and maths. Today, we’re hosting over 100 events to show our support for #STEMinschools and this live photo gallery will bring you highlights.
Did you hear the news? We’ve just had a new Chair appointed to head our Board! Introducing Mr David Thodey.
What do you think of when we say ‘science’? It should be ‘innovation’ and ‘collaboration’. We need to fundamentally change the way we innovate in Australia – and we think we should be the linchpin behind it all. Find out how.
To mark the opening of our ASSETS program for this year, we’re sharing our five favourite projects that rely on Indigenous scientific knowledge.
Did you know that there’s a ‘world cup’ of student science and engineering comps? 1700 high school students from 78 countries compete for around $4 million in scholarships and prizes at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Find out how we helped five students, and one kangaroo, get there.