Posts by Henry Stentiford
Australia’s marine industries deliver $80b a year. But without more scientists, the ‘blue economy’ is at risk
Australia's marine industries deliver $80b a year. But without more scientists, the 'blue economy' is at risk
Using artificial intelligence to detect harmful algae
We are using artificial intelligence and machine learning to help identify harmful algae in waterways.
60 years after it first gazed at the skies, the Parkes dish is still making breakthroughs
The CSIRO’s 64-metre Parkes Radio Telescope was commissioned on October 31 1961. At the time it was the most advanced […]
Blowing the lid off the volcanic story of Heard Island
Scientists studying a remote volcanic island have found it plays an important role in feeding a hungry ocean.
Old, goopy museum specimens can tell fascinating stories of wildlife history. Finally, we can read them
Recovering important historical genetic data has been severely impeded by the methods used to preserve specimens.
Celebrating our (stellar) space women
We’re introducing you to a star cluster of our women who work in space.
Ru Paul flying for science
Together with our research partners, we have given scientific names to 150 new species in the past year.
Meet Dr Hoskins: marine biologist come vertebrate ecologist
Meet Dr Andrew Hoskins and see how his research is helping Indigenous communities manage feral cattle on country.
Advanced recycling: turning plastic waste into resources
Advanced recycling technologies could turn problematic plastic waste destined for landfill into valuable resources.
Support bushfire science from home
CSIRO is calling for citizen scientists to help digitise specimens of flies, mayflies, caddisflies, bugs, butterflies and more.
Climate change has already hit Australia. Unless we act now, a hotter, drier and more dangerous future awaits, IPCC warns
Australia may warm by 4℃ or more this century, the IPCC has found, with no going back from some changes in the climate system