Latest Posts – CSIROscope
Meet the stars of the first coin of 2023
We’ve collaborated with the Royal Australian Mint to develop a coin design featuring our research vessel Investigator and deep sea creatures.
Everyday AI: Can artificial intelligence be creative?
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been used to write poetry, generate visual art, and compose Grammy-award nominated pop albums. But how does it actually work?
From art to artificial intelligence with our vacation program
Our vacation program attracts the best and brightest university students from around Australia. Hear from Jenna about her experience in the program.
Getting to the bottom of Antarctic Bottom Water
A team of scientists is plumbing the depths in East Antarctica to increase our understanding of Antarctic Bottom Water.
Everyday AI: our innovations are music to your ears
Our podcast theme features some of our greatest innovations, from fast Wi-Fi to the insect repellent Aerogard, with a little help from AI.
Help invertebrates through citizen science
Out and about or staying at home this summer? Become a citizen scientist and help Aussie invertebrates.
Seeking supernova remnants with our leading radio telescopes
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s… new supernova remnants!
Hunting for rare flies in remote public toilets
Clisa australis is a rare, distinctive-looking Australian fly. It lives with bats, likes pit toilets and had been missing for 30 years.
Seeing the sea in 4D with Ocean Explorer
What if we could take an MRI of the ocean and explore it in virtual reality? We’re prototyping tools to bring greater resolution to the study of the world's oceans.
Re-entry: bringing Australian space talent back home
After two decades overseas studying space weather and building a career in the global space industry, Dr Mark Cheung has returned to Australia and Team CSIRO.
Scanning deep space: ASKAP’s survey science projects
Nine international teams are exploring the secrets of the Universe with our ASKAP radio telescope.