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Who’s who in the zoo: uncovering animal social networks
We’ve monitored the social networks of livestock – namely cows and sheep – to help farmers manage their welfare.
Meet our new Board Chair: Kathryn Fagg
Our new Board Chair Kathryn Fagg AO has a love of science and seeing women excel in STEM and leadership roles.
Using artificial intelligence to detect harmful algae
We are using artificial intelligence and machine learning to help identify harmful algae in waterways.
Spotify playlist: Music you can be free to
Post-lockdown freedom feels! Here are our favourite tracks to feel free.
A job weld done. Meet our researcher Dr Tony Murphy
Meet Tony Murphy, one of our chief research scientists and recent winner of the international Plasma Innovation Prize.
Science teacher celebrated after half a century in education
Science teacher Janet Elliot was recently recognised by the BHP Foundation Science and Engineering Awards for her commitment to teaching.
Global emissions almost back to pre-pandemic levels after unprecedented drop in 2020, new analysis shows
Most concerning is the long-term upward trends of CO₂ emissions form burning fossil fuels, which are far from trending towards net-zero by 2050.
Meet Dr Keith Bannister: astronomer, engineer and PM’s Prize for Science winner
Meet our astronomer and engineer who has helped to create a whole new branch of astronomy research and been awarded a Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.
60 years after it first gazed at the skies, the Parkes dish is still making breakthroughs
The CSIRO’s 64-metre Parkes Radio Telescope was commissioned on October 31 1961. At the time it was the most advanced […]
Three ways we’re targeting net zero
With COP26 off and running towards net zero, here are three ways we’re helping get there too.
Net zero emissions: our climate challenge explained
What does ‘net zero' emissions mean? And which technologies can we use to get there?