We’re making science fiction a reality with our 3D mapping technology.
Join Olympic swimming great Cameron McEvoy and learn about our work with hexapods; six legged robots that could one day save lives.
Join Jesse and Sophie as they talk about cannibalistic caterpillars, ugly fruit and veg turned into snacks, Croque MonScience, and Sampling the Abyss.
What do CSIRO and Olympic swimmer Cam McEvoy have in common? A love of science of course! That’s why we’re really excited to announce that Cam ‘The Professor’ McEvoy is going to be hanging out with us over the next year as our first ever ambassador. You could even say he’s our… Cambassador.
We work with awesome companies across private industry to get our science to you faster; to help your health, the environment and community you live in, and perhaps even create you a job.
Podcast Episode 9, Jesse and Sophie chat about how it is that we’re able to remember (tens of) thousands of faces with relative ease, our new algorithm that can model blood vessel growth to pre-empt tumours, the ancient origins of Homo sapiens (100 000 years older than expected), and, they speak with Robert Whyte, co-author of A Field Guide to Spiders of Australia.
Interronauts is our podcast that puts a rose-tinted magnifying glass to science news from around the world, Australia, and inside our organisation. Hosted by Jesse Hawley and Sophie Schmidt from our communications team.
Do you ever wonder what you get back from investing your taxpayer dollars into our national science agency? Every few years we have an independent auditor review some of our projects and look at what value they’ve generated.
Three of our best and brightest have been elected to the Australian Academy of Science for their outstanding contributions to research and ground-breaking discoveries.