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Meet our researcher: Justin Leonard
Justin Leonard’s job is to burn down houses so we can learn how best to protect them from bushfires.
Solving the mystery of the death of millions of seabirds
Our researchers have solved the mystery of three million seabird deaths.
Innovation Connections service plays collaboration cupid
Innovation Connections is helping Australian businesses meet the research partner of their dreams.
Curbing the cravings: how junk food can be part of your healthy diet
Overconsumption of discretionary foods and drinks is a key health issue for most Australians. We've developed a new tool, the Junk Food Analyser, to help with your food and drink choices.
Meet our researcher: Dr Heather McGinness
Dr Heather McGinness is a waterbird super sleuth. She has been tracking the movements of Australia’s waterbirds to inform environmental water management in the Murray-Darling Basin.
Our CSIRO Alumni goes back to the future
Here’s what some of our CSIRO Alumni say about how their past with us helped them get to where they are now.
Teaching the beauty, power and usefulness of maths
Associate Professor Steve Sugden uses innovative ways to teach students maths as part of our STEM Professionals in Schools program.
Meet our researcher: Dr Guojian Wang
Meet Guojian! He researches both the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) at The Centre for Southern Hemisphere Oceans Research (CSHOR).
How can agrifood respond to our modern tastes?
The modern consumer is seeking more from the agrifood sector. We outline the changes we're seeing as a result.
Women in STEM: Spotlight on Data 61
Women in STEM have played a key role in the scientific achievements of Australia but their representation in the field is still low.
Shape-shifting robots in the wild: the DyRET robot can rearrange its body to walk in new environments
This robot can learn how to traverse unforeseen terrain by changing the length of its legs.