A powder so porous it fits the surface area of a football field in a teaspoon. MOFs have lots of potential uses but they’ve been too unpredictable, until now. Our breakthrough discovery means MOFs can have a wide range of optical, sensor and microelectronic applications.
CSIRO research finds Australia’s manufacturing industry needs to work better with global supply chains and make more specific products to survive.
We’ve launched the FloWorks Centre for Industrial Flow Chemistry. Flow offers a cleaner, smarter, more controlled way of making chemicals.
Our new research co-operative with Solafast and Norwood is advancing our printed solar films to make them a viable product for industry.
The Maia Mapper is our latest and most advanced instrument in our armoury in the search for minerals.
A new study has used a mobile phone survey to reveal how better relationships can be formed between mining companies and local communities.
We’ve developed a polymer based coating for implantable medical devices that prevent bacteria from sticking to the surface and forming into a biofilm antibiotics can’t penetrate.
Not all scientists are smashing particles, discovering new chemicals or exploring exotic environments. Some scientists test the humble toilet.
They’re priceless to the athletes that invest years of hard training and personal sacrifice, and can attract millions of dollars in sponsorship money. But what is an Olympic gold medal actually worth?