We’ve been leading the science and innovation charge in Australia for a while now, and while this year marks the 100th year of government science funding in Australia, it’s also the 60th year since Australia’s first computer was shipped to Victoria to begin its second life under a new name.
How do Australian companies maintain their competitiveness in a digital world, so that their businesses become stronger and create greater value?
Aussies are an ingenious bunch, so we’re proudly celebrating a rich 100 year legacy of world-changing Australian innovation.
This Australia Day we explored some of the things that make Australia home: kangaroos, Vegemite, and more.
What will the National Innovation and Science Agenda mean for Australia? Our Chief Executive, Dr Larry Marshall, discusses putting science, research and technology at the centre of Australian productivity.
With as much as 40% of the Australian public unengaged, disinterested or wary of science, we must look for new ways to connect with a wider audience.
He has founded six successful companies, holds 20 patents and began his career as an engineer with a PhD in physics. And, a month ago, he took the reins as Chief Executive of CSIRO. We sat down with Dr Larry Marshall to hear how he’s settling in.
Last week we brought you bees with backpacks… but this week we’re bringing nickel back. Please, don’t be scared – we’re not talking about that band. Instead, another of our awesome research collaborations – the Direct Nickel process – has been nominated for an award in The Australian’s Innovation Challenge. The project, which has the potential to unlock 70 per cent
By Megan Clark, Chief Executive Taxi drivers often ask me what I do for a living, and when I say I work for CSIRO, they get animated and show they know and love us: “Yes, you did Wi-Fi and the plastic money.” It’s only part of the story of the organisation that has been pushing