Posts by Jesse Hawley
Foreshadowing attacks: cybersecurity researchers save the day
An international team of researchers has discovered a new cybersecurity vulnerability called Foreshadow.
Baraja @CSIRO: better self-driving cars on the cards
Our start-up savvy and world class facilities have helped put LIDAR company Baraja on the 3D, laser directed map.
Interronauts | CSIRO podcast Ep 16: Endangered sexy ibis, Marine Heatwave Gary, gold in eucalypts, and Antarctic flora
Josie, Jessie, and Jesse discuss the need to name marine heatwaves, the waylaid northern bald ibis, distal clues to gold deposits, the plants of Antarctica and speak with one of our wearable tech experts, Samy Movassaghi on her research and career path.
Gardens in the ice: the flora of Antarctica
Not just ice, Antarctica is host to hardy mosses, lichens, and flowering plants that persist on a continent of extremes, extreme scarcity—water, heat, nutrients—and extreme overabundance—wind and radiation.
Interronauts | CSIRO podcast Ep 15: Please no Genie McGene Face, infertile invasive mozzies, and science digest
Researchers Kate Tepper and Gavin Volpato join Jesse to chat about our project to release sterilised male mosquitoes to drown-out an invasive mozzie species responsible for dengue fever and Zika—plus, also a fortnight science news digest.
Warming oceans are changing Australia’s fishing industry
A new United Nations report on fisheries and climate change shows that Australian marine systems are undergoing rapid environmental change, with some of the largest climate-driven changes in the Southern Hemisphere.
Interronauts | Episode 14: Robolibrarians, medical marijuana for pets, dwindling Antarctica, and +200 new species
Jesse and Ketan talk about robo-cars and thankless waves, medical marijuana for pets, a dwindling Antarctica, and our discovery of over 200 new species.
Interronauts | Episode 13: Broccoli lattes, robot ecologists, and a new hope against the feline menace
This episode, Sarah Frazer joins the roster to talk about our robot ecologists in the Amazon, the plan to augment feral cats into all-male clowders, the use of ugly veggies into delightful powders for your coffee, and researchers' best attempt yet at weighing all life on Earth.
Lighting up Australia’s energy future: the CSIRO Energise app needs you
CSIRO Energise is our new app that makes you a citizen scientist, telling us about your power usage and helping illuminate Australia's energy landscape, which at the moment is in the dark.
Supercapacitor magic, making tram power lines *disappear*
Begone unsightly tram powerlines, we're helping do away with you. All thanks to powerful new supercapacitors.
Drawing constellations in the global space sector | Sarah Pearce
After her career as an X-ray astronomer then project manager, Dr Sarah Pearce joined us and set her talents to collaboration, not just leading global relations with telescope and satellite technology but also in her secondment as Director of Strategy for the newly formed Australian Space Agency.