Ideas + innovation = one 'hack' of a day!
For many of us, a ‘good hack’ might seem like a foreign and almost illegal concept. Some may even find […]
Disasters happen, but software shouldn’t be one of them
By Ryan Fraser, Research Manager, Earth Science and Engineering and Arwen Cross, Science Communicator, Food Health and Life Sciences. Imagine […]
Bringing health services to outback towns and Aussie homes
For the past two days I’ve been stuck in bed sick with a horrendous cough. By the end of day […]
Meet our Yoda of robotics
Today marks a very special occassion for all geeks around the globe -International Star Wars Day (aka May-the-fourth-be-with-you Day). To get […]
May-the-fourth be with our bots
May-the-fourth be with you. Sci-fi fans and geeks around the world are gearing up to celebrate some of the most popular […]
What will the home of the future look like?
This week, we released research from our ‘Broadband Connected Homes’ report which describes the changing environment of Australian homes, the […]
The future looks ‘appy’ for broadband connected homes
The app journey so far Source: CSIRO You’ve heard of the Ice Age but have you heard of the ‘App […]
A smarter way to lose weight
Update: This study has now concluded. If you would like to participate in other clinical trials, register your interest here. How many […]
Past is the future with 3D mapping technology
Our Autonomous Systems Lab scientists are using our Zebedee scanner to capture a 3D point cloud of Fort Lytton.
What if the internet broke?
It’s probably something you don’t want to think about. These days, we rely on the wonderful world-wide web for just […]
A day at the museum: when robots come to life
Today our latest robots come to life. The stars of our Museum Robot project, B1 and B2, will use telepresence […]