Posts by Louise Jeckells
#ThrowbackThursday: a vintage Christmas video
This Christmas Eve, we've got a vintage video to make you laugh.
Spotlight on 2020: our science champions
A number of our scientists received recognition for their work this year. We're shining the spotlight on some of our science champions!
Looking back on 2020: our COVID-19 superstars
We're involved in key research in the global response to the pandemic. Three teams just won awards for their involvement. We're calling them our COVID-19 superstars!
Our Indigenous STEM education project takes home two prestigious awards
Our Indigenous STEM Education Project has won big for increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students participation in STEM.
Our Chief Executive celebrates the 2020 CSIRO Award winners
Our Chief Executive, Dr Larry Marshall, announces the winners of our 35th CSIRO Awards. Find out who they are.
Gifts to inspire curious people… starting with science!
Our CSIRO Publishing team have launched their 2020 gift ideas catalogue. It's packed full of science books for all types of people.
Butterfly effect: our national biodiversity database turns 10!
The Atlas of Living Australia turns 10! We take a look at its contribution to research and what's next for the biodiversity database.
The Garragal Project: highlighting the value of Indigenous knowledge
The Garragal Project, managed by Kamilaroi women, will bridge the gap between Indigenous and western science knowledge for plants and animals.
Indigenous Cadetship Program: pushes insect-obsessed student ahead of peers
It's critical to develop the next generation of world-class scientists and engineers. This NAIDOC Week, we chat to Ethan Towns, a Kamilaroi man from New South Wales, about his experience as part of our Indigenous Cadetship Program.
Meet our Indigenous researcher: Marlee Hutton
This NAIDOC Week we bring you an Indigenous researcher: Marlee Hutton. Find out more about her research and projects on Country.
Our Chief Scientist celebrates the sustainability of Indigenous science
Our Chief Scientist, Cathy Foley, celebrates the sustainability of Indigenous science and shares how important it is to her.