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Women breaking through the glass ceiling
We're showcasing three incredible women of Team CSIRO who are breaking through the glass ceiling in STEM careers.
Glass playlist: Music you can recycle to
You'll be dancing your way to the recycling bin with our shining new Spotify playlist.
Smart Bin Technology sorts recyclable bottles automatically
We've developed Smart Bin Technology with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Our bin can automatically separate glass, metal and plastic bottles for recycling.
Improving Australia’s glass recycling
We're aiming to shatter Australia's glass recycling process and mould it to fit within our circular economy roadmap.
Low iron is a health risk made worse by COVID. How to get more without reaching for supplements
Getting enough iron is tricky – even if we eat enough, we might not absorb enough. But diversifying the menu and looking for fortified foods can help.
Could black seed and black seed oil help with health conditions?
Our researchers are investigating whether black seed and black seed oil could help address major health conditions.
Students march into the future with smaller (carbon) footprints
Through STEM Professionals in Schools, a school teacher teamed up with an environmental scientist to help students identify ways to reduce their impact on the climate.
A new Australian supercomputer has already delivered a stunning supernova remnant pic
Radio telescopes produce enormous amounts of data, and we need immense computing power to produce even a single image like this one.
Ten new species you need to meet
In the past year, together with our partners, we’ve described 139 new species.
Happy campers: Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy
The Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy provides students with the tools and support to succeed in an exciting science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) career.
Ask our experts: Foot and Mouth Disease
Foot and Mouth Disease is spreading overseas. Australians are wondering whether it will come here and what we can do about it. We asked experts at our Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness to answer some common questions.