Posts by Nikki Galovic
Best summer reads for science lovers
Science isn't seasonal, but to get you through summer we’ve created a list of wonderful reads to inspire, excite and enjoy.
Healthy Christmas recipes
These healthy Christmas recipes from our latest diet and lifestyle books will really give you something to celebrate this year.
Book smarts: Give the gift of science this year
CSIRO Publishing has a book for every type of reader. Christmas is just around the corner but there’s still time to get affordable, thoughtful and easy-to-wrap gifts.
Bristling with pride: abyssal bristle worm named in our honour
Scientists have named a newly-described polychaete or bristle worm from Australia's deep abyss after CSIRO.
From superheroes to the risqué: 5 scientists tell the stories behind these species names
From a Hugh Jackman-esque spider to honouring traditional Indigenous words, these species have memorable names.
In data we trust: hacking a better future
We’ll be joining GovHack to bring hackers together across the country to supercharge science data and generate creative solutions.
Roadmap to runway: Getting hydrogen off the ground
Carbon-free air travel is closer than you think. Our report with Boeing looks at how we can decarbonise the commercial aviation industry with hydrogen.
Travel to Mars with Perseverance, Ingenuity and Hope
It’s time to travel to Mars again! The journey is not easy. It takes perseverance, ingenuity and a lot of hope.
Vaccine progress report: the projects bidding to win the race for a COVID-19 vaccine
The race is on to develop a vaccine for the COVID-19 coronavirus. Australian researchers are leading several major clinical trials that might help bring an end to the deadly disease.
Sea-lebrating our new fish-free omega-3 oils
Omega-3 oils are traditionally sourced from fish. But now we have a less fishy alternative using marine micronutrients extracted from the ocean.
Winning the war on Great Barrier Reef crown-of-thorns starfish
A new approach to culling crown-of-thorns starfish on the Great Barrier Reef has significantly reduced their numbers helping the coral return.