Latest Posts – Page 2 – CSIROscope
A golden year for a giant antenna
We’re celebrating the achievements of Deep Space Station 43 over its 50 years of space communications.
Batteries won’t cut it – we need solar thermal technology to get us through the night
Australia’s transition to renewables is gathering speed, but there’s a looming problem with storage. We will need much more long-duration […]
From cancer survivor to collaborative intelligence driver: Meet Cécile Paris
A brush with cancer fuelled Cécile Paris's determination to unpack collaborative intelligence and improve how we communicate.
Meet Hannah Scott: Growing up a ‘CSIRO baby’
It’s safe to say Hannah Scott was a completely different person on her first day at our Black Mountain site. […]
Aussie beetles rolling poo balls, delighting scientists
All dung beetles are scarabs. Some dung beetles roll poo. Not all poo-rolling beetles are scarabs. What’s the answer to this (we)evil riddle?
DNA key to next level management for pests and weeds
The Australian Pest Genome Partnership (APGP) is producing genetic data for Australia’s top pests and weeds.
An eggs-traordinary move for our egg collection
What’s it like to pack and move 12 million scientific specimens, including a fragile bird egg collection? We're about to find out.
New technology for landmine clearance
A new landmine detection technology will be a game-changer for humanitarian landmine clearance operations worldwide.
Tech making our food supply chains smarter
Sensors, digital twins and the Internet of Things: the supply chains that get food to our tables are becoming smarter, faster and greener.
Avoiding a (total) food recall
We’re exploring a new method for verifying tests for allergens and contaminants in food that could be used to identify contaminated products before they hit grocery shelves.
Torrents of Antarctic meltwater are slowing the currents that drive our vital ocean ‘overturning’ – and threaten its collapse
Australian scientists are warning that the Southern Ocean’s deep “overturning” circulation is slowing and headed for collapse.