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The changing perception of psychedelics
Our science is now supporting the emerging field of psychedelic derived medicine. We’re working with local industry partners like Psylo […]
Local efforts have cut plastic waste on Australia’s beaches by almost 30% in 6 years
Here’s some good environmental news – local governments and local actions have slashed the plastic on our beaches.
Dr Karen Evans is helping to seas the Ocean Decade
Dr Karen Evans is providing expert advice across Australia on how everyone can get involved in the Ocean Decade.
Three more online tools for smarter farming
Being on the land isn’t always easy. But some of our online tools for smarter farming can make it easier to predict and respond to future conditions in an increasingly variable climate.
Keeping your apartment or new home warm and energy efficient
Our Senior Experimental Scientist, Michael Ambrose, has energy efficiency tips for apartments and new homes to get you through winter.
Keeping your older house warm without breaking the bank
Draughts in Australian houses can add up to 20 per cent to our energy bills. Our scientists are here to help! In this series, we share energy efficiency tips for older houses, apartments and new homes.
Ten things you need to know about bugs
Can you tell a bug from a beetle? Does that bug you? We’re here to help. Our list of bug facts will soon have you in the know about bugs.
Pawsey takes a quantum computing leap
Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre is working with an innovative start-up to test the first room-temperature quantum computer in a national supercomputing facility.
Meet Ziggi Busch: protecting Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property
For the past year, Ziggi has been working to develop CSIRO’s Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property framework, principles and supporting resources. It’s important work, for the aspiring lawyer.
The (safety) light at the end of the tunnel
Conditions underground present unique challenges compared to those of the open road. This makes tunnel safety measures of utmost importance.
Many Lands, Many Seasons: Indigenous seasonal calendars
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language groups from across Australia have partnered with us to document their seasonal calendars. An ABC TV series now showcases the communities involved in this work.