Posts by Kashmi Ranasinghe
Who’s your friend when things get rough? It’s sentinels in the Southern Ocean
Join the team on RV Investigator as they maintain ocean sentinels, helping them figure out our surrounding ocean and climate.
Foods to nourish you and your baby during pregnancy
Find out what to eat and how to nourish you and your baby during pregnancy with The CSIRO Women’s Health & Nutrition Guide.
How can we commercialise to innovate?
We’re celebrating the launch of Main Sequence's second fund, raising an impressive $250 million. Even more exciting is the commercialisation model we’re focusing on with Fund 2, which we’re calling ‘Venture Science’.
Meet our researcher: Dr Ben Arthur
We catch up with Dr Ben Arthur on his career while he was on board RV Investigator maintaining ocean moorings and researching phytoplankton.
Beyond physical walls: five tips for a better normal in how we meet
We’ve been researching what our future conferences and interactions might look like. Here are five tips to improve how you meet.
Aust in Space: how our additive manufacturing technology helped with a recent satellite launch
Our additive manufacturing technology helped a recent satellite launch! See how we developed a small part to fix a big problem.
Our CSIRO Alumni goes back to the future
Here’s what some of our CSIRO Alumni say about how their past with us helped them get to where they are now.
Meet our researcher: Dr Guojian Wang
Meet Guojian! He researches both the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) at The Centre for Southern Hemisphere Oceans Research (CSHOR).
How can agrifood respond to our modern tastes?
The modern consumer is seeking more from the agrifood sector. We outline the changes we're seeing as a result.
Meet our researcher: Dr Denise Hardesty
Meet Dr Denise Hardesty. She uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to research ways to stop plastic pollution from entering our environment.
From blinking lights to hydro stations: engineering the code for success
With the STEM Professionals in Schools program, Robbie Bell finds unique ways to show students how engineering is part of their daily lives.