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Australians are choosing new homes and solar PV in record numbers
The number of rooftop solar PV panels installed on Australian homes in 2020 was record-breaking.
Quasar Satellite Technologies: From bench to boardroom with blue sky innovation
From astrophysicist to medical physicist to space entrepreneur, Dr Ilana Feain combines her passions for science, technology and innovation every day.
STEM professionals in schools causing a buzz
Partnering STEM professionals with teachers to enhance STEM education in schools is set to drive innovation and meet Australia's future job needs.
Vale Joy Bear: remembering the scientist behind petrichor
Isabel 'Joy' Bear passed away on 8 April 2021. We celebrate her contributions to our organisation and science, including describing petrichor.
Top nutrition tips for menopause
Menopause is a challenging stage of life. Diet can play a part in managing symptoms. The CSIRO Women’s Health & Nutrition Guide offers some tips.
Who’s your friend when things get rough? It’s sentinels in the Southern Ocean
Join the team on RV Investigator as they maintain ocean sentinels, helping them figure out our surrounding ocean and climate.
Foods to nourish you and your baby during pregnancy
Find out what to eat and how to nourish you and your baby during pregnancy with The CSIRO Women’s Health & Nutrition Guide.
How can we commercialise to innovate?
This week we’re celebrating the launch of Main Sequence's second fund, raising an impressive $250 million. Even more exciting is the commercialisation model we’re focusing on with Fund 2, which we’re calling ‘Venture Science’.
Four reasons insects could be a staple in Aussie diets, from zesty tree ants to peanut-buttery bogong moths
Why don't many Australians eat insects? Our new industry roadmap for edible insects explains why we should bring bugs into mainstream diets.
Meet our researcher: Dr Ben Arthur
We catch up with Dr Ben Arthur on his career while he was on board RV Investigator maintaining ocean moorings and researching phytoplankton.
Beyond physical walls: five tips for a better normal in how we meet
We’ve been researching what our future conferences and interactions might look like. Here are five tips to improve how you meet.