This coming Sunday when the clocks are wound back one hour, the curtains will stop fading faster, birds and cows […]
Today’s post is written by Tui Britton, a PhD student at Macquarie University and co-supervised at CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science. I […]
There’s a common thread – or plastic – in things you use every day. Think of the plastic casing protecting […]
Cathy Foley shares her thoughts on diversity in the workplace, and in particular, the relationship between diversity and innovation.
It’s 1984. Shoulder pads, Walkmans and Macs were all the rage… and so were the Sci-Five. Well, at least in […]
A collaboration with the staff of and the imagery produced by CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science has resulted in an […]
Us Aussies are a clever bunch. Without the likes of our biologists, engineers, physicists and software developers, the world would […]
When 7-year-old Sophie wrote to us earlier this week asking for a dragon, what else could we do but use our high-tech facilities to 3D print one?
When 7-year-old Sophie wrote to Australia's leading science agency and asked for a dragon, we knew it was time to step up our dragon R&D program.
For some, today marks a day of great terror and fear. But is there really any proof that Friday the […]
What do our scientists do in their spare time? Paul Shand’s expertise lies in geology and hydrogeochemistry, and he’s discovered […]
By Mary Mulcahy Just as regular health checks are important to make sure we are fit and healthy, it’s also […]