Our research is helping to maintain the integrity of our environments, from oceans to land to climate, and ensure our natural resources are used sustainably.
Meet some of the women taking on what could be described as one of our greatest challenges - tackling climate change.
If a farmer could see into the future and know what climate is ahead, they may be able to better plan their crops or livestock production.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report shows climatic trends, extreme conditions and sea level rise are already hitting many of Australia’s ecosystems, industries and cities hard.
Dr Megan Sebben is helping to challenge school kids’ perceptions of what a scientist is and what a career in science can look like.
Lauren Hardiman saw one of nature’s rare events- coral spawning - at one of Australia’s most iconic locations.
Thanks to a generous donation to our insect collection, we have established a grant to study acalyptrate flies.
We need your help to find leaf miners in bushland and gardens across Australia.
Get the inside experience of vacation student Katelyn Dooley, who studied groundwater during her three-month placement here at CSIRO.
The painful bites of female march flies can ruin your day at the beach. When we’re not there, they bite wallabies, birds, and even reptiles.
Our feelings about nature depend on lots of factors, but a new study shows our genes are one of the most important.
Australia is one of the world’s top exporters of grain. Producing it at lower emissions is crucial for global climate action.
New research has revealed that remote areas of northern Ningaloo Reef are some of the least polluted thanks to locals and visitors alike.